Oxford University Press, 2010 - Interviewing in law practice - 229 pages
Designed to guide the junior practitioner through the often daunting experience of undertaking client conferences, Conference Skills equips students with the essential key case-work, written and interpersonal skills necessary to conduct successful client conferences. Particular focus is placed on the interpersonal skills of questioning, listening, and advising, ensuring that trainee barristers are able to develop and refine the skills necessary to maximize the benefits of a conference, both in terms of gathering information from, and giving advice to, their clients. Featuring numerous how-to-do-it guides, worked examples, and realistic case documentation throughout the manual offers practical, step-by-step guidance on the effective preparation, implementation and conclusion of client conferences ensuring that the trainee barrister can approach any client conference with confidence. Full guidance is also provided on managing legal issues, and developing the social and professional skills needed to handle clients and their legal problems. Specifically designed for use on the Bar Professional Training Course, Conference Skills is also a useful source of reference for junior practitioners in the early years of practice.
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