The Kalisher Advocacy Training Programme 2017
This five week course is aimed at BPTC students and pupils (10 in total) focusing upon a career at the Criminal Bar.
The course will run from
Wednesday 4 October 2017 (1800-2100) Royal Courts of Justice : Jo Ouston’s team: HOLDING AUTHORITY.
Wednesday 11 October 2017 (1800-2100) Royal Courts of Justice : Jo Ouston’s team: INFLUENCING OTHERS
Wednesday 18 October 2017 (1800-2100) Royal Courts of Justice: Jo Ouston’s team: VOICE
Wednesday 25 October 2017 (1800-2100) Gray’s Inn THEORY SEMINAR IN CROSS-EXAMINATION
Wednesday 1 November 2017 (1800-2100) Gray’s Inn PRACTICAL EXERCISES IN CROSS-EXAMINATION
Saturday 4 November 2017 (9.30-1400) – Central Criminal Court SUBMISSIONS AND WITNESS HANDLING.
The course will include developments in communications skills, self-awareness and voice projection as well as advocacy skills such as cross-examination. The course will be taught by established practitioners as well as experienced trainers from Jo Ouston’s Career Development Company (www.joouston.co.uk)
To apply, please send a CV and a covering letter setting out why you have chosen a career at the Criminal Bar as well as some information about any financial difficulties you have experienced in furthering your career.
For more information about securing a place on the course, please contact Siobhan Grey QC at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dead-line for applications is Friday 23 June 2017
College of Law student Kevin Gordon said of the experience:
“The Kalisher Course has been instrumental in helping me become more aware of my impact and presence…Most importantly, I now have gravitas.”