Due to low registration numbers, this in-person seminar is cancelled.
Qualifies for 3.0 CPD hours.
Join us the morning of Thursday, May 25th in Regina at the Ramada Plaza. This workshop is in-person and will not be recorded.
Effective litigators convey complex information clearly, answer questions and deflect challenges with ease, and appeal to the judge in an engaging manner. Persuasive oral advocacy is key to winning legal disputes and a skill that requires consistent refinement and practice. Whether you are newly called and preparing for some of your first forays into the courtroom or are a seasoned veteran looking to refresh and enhance your skills, take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn what the Court expects, what works and what doesn’t, and get expert practice tips on making effective oral submissions.
The Secrets of Winning Oral Advocacy
The Hon. Mr. Justice Robert G. Richards, Chief Justice, Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan.
Practice Tips from the Trenches
Aaron A. Fox, K.C. McDougall Gauley LLP.
Erin Bartsch. Public Prosecutions, Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice.
The Hon. Judge Lisa J. Watson. Provincial Court for Saskatchewan.
Hear practical tips from accomplished litigators to help you hone your skills, deal with nerves, avoid missteps, and effectively prepare for advocacy.
Point of View from the Bench
The Hon. Mr. Justice Robert W. Leurer. Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan.
The Hon. Mr. Justice Michael T. Megaw. Court of King’s Bench for Saskatchewan – Family Law Division.
The Hon. Judge Marylynne T. Beaton. Provincial Court for Saskatchewan.
Members of the Bench will share their observations of some of the more common problems plaguing counsel and how these problems can be remedied.