“Connect the Pieces” – how to run a domestic violence/interim parenting case from go to whoa.
This is just the sort of case you are likely to handle now. In following through the case you will learn how to master the core tasks, methods, strategies and documentary and non-documentary procedures you need to know if you are to represent your client in a competent and professional manner.
Put the jigsaw together and get the total picture. Through precedents, videos, a book of materials, and performance critique, this course, recommended by the Legal Services Agency, is sound, participatory and proven.
You will learn the core tasks, strategies and procedures you need to know to run a domestic violence/interim parenting case.
This highly rated “hands-on” two-day workshop caters for the family law practitioner with fewer than three years’ experience. It uses sophisticated materials and modern educational methods to ensure maximum development for each participant.
Note: Limited to 32 participants at each centre.
The programme is focused on skills development, knowledge and know-how. A range of teaching techniques will be used, including small group discussion, plenary sessions, mini-lectures, role plays, mock courts and individual exercises. A series of specially scripted videos has been developed for the programme, both to stimulate discussion and to demonstrate some of the right and wrong ways of doing things.
Family law practitioners with up to three years’ experience.
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Financial assistance may be available through the Douglas Wilson Advocacy Scholarship Trust. Applications for assistance must be received by 5pm on Wednesday 14 October 2020.
Late applications cannot be considered.
Please note: You must still register to attend this course, either online or by completing a registration form.
Download a Douglas Wilson Advocacy Scholarship Trust application form (123KB).
Download PDF brochure and registration form here.
Please note: Minimum and maximum numbers apply. Registrations will be accepted on a first-come/first-served basis. Registrations close 10 working days before the presentation date (the closing date). NZLS CLE Ltd reserves the right to cancel any session that does not reach the budgeted minimum number of registrations. This decision will be made on the closing date and a full refund will be made to each registrant of the cancelled session. If you cancel your registration before the closing date, a refund will be made, less a $100 administration fee. After the closing date, there will be no refund. You may transfer your registration until five working days before the presentation. Please advise NZLS CLE Ltd in writing of the change.
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