Written Advocacy, 2nd Edition
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Features and Benefits
- A survey of the content required in many documents that need to be drafted for civil litigation, along with tips on how to improve the chances of success with the written word
- Techniques of persuasion, as well as the applicable legal requirements for a whole host of different courtroom situations
- Sample precedents of pleadings (statements of claim, defences and counter-claims); legal memoranda; pre-trial memoranda; facta; motions; briefs; and written arguments
- Advice on effective writing for administrative tribunal and ADR briefs, as well as tips on written advocacy at the appellate level
- An essential resource written in a style that is accessible to everyone, including law students, articling students, newly-called lawyers and paralegals
New in This Edition
Updated sample precedents for written arguments at trial, letters, and statements of claim and defence A new chapter on writing legal letters and emails, including special email considerations, legal opinions, threatening letters and without prejudice letters A new chapter on drafting legal memoranda
Who Will Benefit From This Book?
This administrative law book will be a particularly useful resource for anyone interested in honing their skills to deliver effective and persuasive written advocacy in their litigation or administrative law cases, including:
- Junior lawyers and articling students at large and mid-sized law firms
- Sole practitioners and small law firms that don't specialize in litigation, but take on some matters from time to time
- Paralegals and students enrolled in advocacy courses
- Anyone enrolled in a law school or paralegal college course covering advocacy
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Grammar
Chapter 4: Legal Memorandum
Chapter 5: Civil Pleadings
Chapter 6: Motions and Applications
Chapter 7: Pre-Trial Conference Memoranda
Chapter 8: ADR Briefs
Chapter 9: Factums
Chapter 10: Written Argument at Trial
Chapter 11: Appeals
Chapter 12: Written Advocacy Before Administrative Tribunals