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By: Goldsmiths, University of London

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Learn to advocate well – in court and other contexts.

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Online or Campus

Only 1-1 training/coaching can be in person in 2020 (due to COVID).

  • 07.11. 2020 - Online with Live tutor.
  • 05.03. 2021 - Campus (planned)
  • 06.03. 2021 - Online with Live tutor.

What participants say

"Very useful – Good content, Pace. Knowledgeable Tutor.

Excellent course – I would recommend – to others."

“Excellent!

Would consider a longer course.

Thanks for a great day!"

Description

Interactive - max 8 participants. This is a course on advocacy as taught at the English Bar and practiced in English courts; enriched with advocacy practices from other countries (e.g. US and Russia), as well as with knowledge from psychology.

Good advocacy is a beautiful art but a rare commodity. As case outcomes can largely depend on advocacy skills, this expertise is essential for lawyers; and important for people whose work entails advocating in other contexts.

The course incorporates essential knowledge of human psychology and cognitive science that is relevant to decision making and persuasion. Read full description here...

Virtual Classroom Course Information - VAT-free: Live tutoring brings all the benefits of face to face training and, in addition, improves skills for ‘digital’ participation. There is now an increasing need for on-line activities in all areas of life. Meetings, interviews, presentations and conferences are increasingly opting for participation and contribution via digital platforms. Courts have introduced video-advocacy and judging. Consulting, counselling, advertising, sales, and client support of all kinds are all moving to digital formats. Large events and conferences are conducted via videoconferencing. Therefore, ‘digital’ participation, and therefore skills for online delivery of Public Speaking, are becoming an essential skill of the 21st century.

Bespoke Course Information: Please contact us for tailor-made Public Speaking course options: 1-1 coaching and bespoke group training. We will adapt the course to your tailored to your interests, needs and desired outcomes.

Tutoring

This course is directed by Fatos Selita, an English barrister and a New York State Attorney; with training in Psychology and Genetics; with over 11 years of experience in delivering advocacy and public speaking training internationally. Fatos delivers training on Decision Making and the Psychology of the Legal Process to lawyers and the judiciary in England and internationally; he directs the ‘Psychology and Law’ and ‘Psychology of Decision Making' courses. Fatos has also many years of experience in delivering training online and has received outstanding feedback from participants. Read more…

Group bookings:

To book this course for a group, please email us air(@gold.ac.uk). The price for group bookings is £1,925. Group size for this course is capped at 8 people.

Our training is accessible from anywhere in the world

Enquiries

Email: air@gold.ac.uk; Phone: +44 (0)20 7078 5468. For information on our upcoming short courses please sign up to our mailing list.

Refund policy: See AIR courses main page

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United Kingdom

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