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Type: Book (edited)
Title: Essays in advocacy
Publisher: Barr Smith Press
Publisher Place: Australia
Issue Date: 2012
ISBN: 9780987171832
Editor: Gray, T.
Hinton, M.
Caruso, D.
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edited by Tom Gray, Martin Hinton and David Caruso
Contents: Foreword The Hon. Justice Tom Gray Introduction The Hon. Justice Robert French AC, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia Etiquette Elisa Holmes PART ONE: Ethics, Duties and Obligations The Importance of the Advocate to the Administration of Justice The Hon. Justice Jennifer Davies Ethical Obligations of the Advocate Jonathan Wells QC The Obligations and Duties of Silk and their Juniors Michael Grant QC The Attorney-General as Advocate The Hon. John Rau MP and Chad Jacobi The Prosecutorial Discretion The Hon. Justice Richard Refshauge The Solicitor/Barrister Relationship John Goldberg PART TWO: Preparation Taking Instructions and Advising the Client Anthony Kerin Pleadings: A conceptual Guide to Practical Legal Drafting Ian Robertson SC Written Advocacy: Writing with Effect and Persuasion The Hon. Justice G T Pagone The Advocate and Language Julian Burnside QC Criminal Trial Preparation Paul Muscat QC Civil Trial Preparation Mark Livesey QC PART THREE: The Trial The Duties of the Prosecutor The Hon. Roderick Howie QC The Voir Dire The Hon. Justice John Sulan Opening a Trial Walter Sofronoff QC Examination-in-Chief Adam Kimber SC The Child and the Trial The Hon. Robyn Layton QC Representing Minorities His Hon. Judge Sydney Tilmouth Experts The Hon. Justice Bruce Lander Closing Addresses The Hon. Justice Michael David The Magistrates Court Trial The Chief Magistrate Elizabeth Bolton The Trial by Judge Alone Grant Donaldson SC The Serious and Complex Commercial Trial The Hon. David Bleby QC PART FOUR: Alternatives to Trial Alternative Dispute Resolution The Hon. Bruce Debelle QC Mediation Stephen Walsh QC Restorative Justice The Hon. E P Mullighan QC and Leigh Garrett PART FIVE: Tribunals, Inquiries and Miscellaneous Hearings Injunctions The Hon. Justice John Mansfield AM Disciplinary Tribunals The Hon. Justice Kevin Duggan AM The Environment, Resources and Development Court Brian Hayes QC Industrial Commissions and Tribunals His Hon. Judge Peter McCusker Coronial Inquiries His Hon. Judge Wayne Chivell An Advocate's Role in Inquiries Dick Whitington QC PART SIX: Sentencing and Remedies The Plea in Mitigation David Edwardson QC Remedies The Hon. Justice Malcolm Blue PART SEVEN: Appeals Permission to Appeal The Hon. Justice Anthony Besanko Appeals Before Single Judges The Hon. Justice Richard White Appeals Against Sentence His Hon. Judge Paul Cuthbertson Appeals Before the Full Court and the Court of Criminal Appeal The Hon. Justice John Doyle AC, Chief Justice of South Australia PART EIGHT: Applications for Judicial Review Applications to Judicial Officers Paul Slattery QC Applications for Judicial Review Chris Bleby and Phillip McNamara QC PART NINE: Proceedings in the High Court and Petitions Special Leave to Appeal or Special Appeal to Leave - Does Advocacy Matter? The Hon. Justice Chris Kourakis Matters in the High Court Arising Under the Constitution or Involving its Interpretation Stephen Gageler SC The Institution of Mercy Martin Hinton QC and David Caruso AFTERWORD The Seven Virtues of Advocacy The Hon. Justice Margaret White The Lighter Side Kevin Borick QC
RMID: 0020123835
DOI: 10.20851/history-psychology
Description (link): http://www.adelaide.edu.au/press/titles/advocacy/
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