Presenting Cases Before Tribunals


Course Description

Presenting Cases Before Tribunals is a 14-hour hands-on skill-building experience. The participants learn what and how to prepare an effective case before a tribunal or decision-maker. They discover what matters to decision-makers. They take away tips, practice guides, and forms. This course will be particularly useful for staff or advocates who appear before tribunals. It would be a useful refresher for lawyers who are expanding their practices.

2021 Livestream Course Dates
June 10, 11, 14 & 15
November 29, 30, December 2 & 3


Recommended prior FOAJ Training:  Principles of Administrative Justice

Course Purposes:

This course intends to:

  • develop your case presentation skills

  • make your presentations more effective and successful.

Course Outcomes:

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • prepare a plan for a presentation

  • organize your materials for ease of presentation

  • identify potential questions for the evidence

  • prepare and present an opening statement for your case

  • identify the key elements of a closing argument for your case

  • evaluate your own shortcomings on advocacy to plan for your own further professional development.

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In-Person or Livestream:  $1,070.00 Members / $1,320.00 Non Members

e-Learning: $1,320.00

Foundation of Administrative Justice
Paid Training
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