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Becoming a Barrister Set

Becoming a Barrister Set
Series:  Legal Skills Series
Practice Area:  Academic Law, Legal Skills
ISBN:  9780414097513
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  31 May 2021
Format:  eBook - ProView
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This eBook pack includes access to four key titles for all aspiring barristers, delivered on our eReader platform ProView:

3rd edition, 2013, Georgina Wolfe and Alexander Robson 
A thorough overview of the journey from deciding which degree to do, to getting experience whilst you study, to gaining pupillage: the final and most competitive stage of a barrister’s training. 

3rd edition, 2015, David Pope and Dan Hill
An indispensable guide to participating in and organising moots - mock courtrooms where students are the advocates – preparing you for your first taste of advocacy.

1st edition, 2013, Daniel K. Sokol and Isabel McArdle
The ultimate guide to pupillage, providing you with practical advice to navigate this crucial stage in the path to practice. Covers such topics as what to wear, relationships with other pupils, social events and how to behave, to finances and what to expect at the end of pupillage.

3rd edition, 2015, Iain Morley QC
A best-selling advocacy manual in both the UK and the Commonwealth, bringing a fresh approach to the Do’s and Don’ts of good advocacy. Written with humour and style, this book provides you with clear techniques for performing well in court, written by an expert prosecutor and defender with over 25 years’ experience in practice as a barrister and teacher of advocacy skills. 

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