PSC ELECTIVE
Advocacy In The Employment Tribunal

Intended audience:
Trainees

Duration:
6 hours

Format:  
Tuition by an experienced employment lawyer.  Small group workshop, practical case study and roleplays, small group work with tutor feedback

Objectives:
Trainees taking this course will be able to:

  • Understand the Employment Tribunal (ET) system
  • Understand ET procedure
  • Identify relevant issues for ET Hearings
  • Prepare for an ET application effectively (including preparation of statements and bundles)
  • Know when and how to apply for interim orders
  • Prepare and present coherent and persuasive submissions in an ET
  • Get the most from their own witnesses
  • Cross-examine effectively
  • Know when and how to re-examine
  • Make effective closing speeches

Topics:

  • Presentation skills
  • Professional conduct
  • Case analysis
  • ET applications
  • Closing speeches
  • Examination-in-chief
  • Cross-examination
  • Tribunal advocacy

Practical exercises:

  • Examination-in-chief
  • Cross-examination
  • Closing submissions

Outcomes:
The success measures for the course are:

  • Delegates improve their preparation for Hearings in the ET
  • Delegates improve their presentation skills for Hearings in the ET
  • Delegates enhance their ability to recognise and deal with professional conduct issues relevant to Employment Tribunal advocacy

Training Team

Jon Goodman

Module Leader
Jon Goodman

Trainer
Grainne Mellon

Trainer
Emma Tegerdine

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