Product details

Practice area: 
Advocacy, Civil procedure, Litigation
Jurisdiction: 
Canada
Publication date: 
2021-11-30

The Trial Book, ProView eBook

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The Trial Book provides lawyers with a reference guide to all essential topics at trial. Written by an esteemed panel of authors and contributors, it provides the fundamental principles and current caselaw on areas such as hearsay, objections, prior inconsistent statements, the rule in Browne v. Dunn, courtroom etiquette, opening/closing statements, examinations -in-chief, cross-examinations, and the full gamut of evidentiary topics such as admissibility. By having The Trial Book, a lawyer would be able to learn about and articulate all key aspects of a trial in little time.

In addition to a quick reference guide found at the beginning of each topic, The Trial Book would also include a more comprehensive examination of each topic, both from a theoretical and practical standpoint. Included in each topic would be an historical analysis setting out the principals on which that topic is governed as well as practical tips and step by step protocols which the lawyer can use, such as impeaching a witness on previous testimony or complying with the rule in Browne v. Dunn.

The Trial Book also includes illustrative videos which demonstrate how topics should be dealt with at trial.

The Trial Book, ProView eBook

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The Trial Book provides lawyers with a reference guide to all essential topics at trial. Written by an esteemed panel of authors and contributors, it provides the fundamental principles and current caselaw on areas such as hearsay, objections, prior inconsistent statements, the rule in Browne v. Dunn, courtroom etiquette, opening/closing statements, examinations -in-chief, cross-examinations, and the full gamut of evidentiary topics such as admissibility. By having The Trial Book, a lawyer would be able to learn about and articulate all key aspects of a trial in little time.

In addition to a quick reference guide found at the beginning of each topic, The Trial Book would also include a more comprehensive examination of each topic, both from a theoretical and practical standpoint. Included in each topic would be an historical analysis setting out the principals on which that topic is governed as well as practical tips and step by step protocols which the lawyer can use, such as impeaching a witness on previous testimony or complying with the rule in Browne v. Dunn.

The Trial Book also includes illustrative videos which demonstrate how topics should be dealt with at trial.