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Advocacy in Practice: Being the Fourth Edition of Cross-Examination:… (1985)

by James Lindsay Glissan

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Advocacy in Practice is an authoritative and reliable guide for professionals to the art of advocacy.

This highly esteemed work has once again been written by the authoritative and well-respected author James L Glissan, QC, and provides useful and practical checklists for examination, cross and address.

It also details when and what objections may be taken, and constructive hints and techniques for dealing with difficult witnesses, opponents and judges.
Restored to this edition are the classic cross-examinations from great advocates of the past, as well as a new chapter on general techniques of advocacy, which enlarge the scope of the work beyond the practising lawyer to encompass all areas of practical advocacy.
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A "new" up-to-date work in which the authors have endeavoured to move from an Australian to an international perspective and instil a non jurisdictional emphasis appropriate to adversary techniques wherever they are practised. Rewritten chapters on examination and cross examination, and a new chapter on the need for case analysis.… (more)

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