Routledge-Cavendish – 2001 – 188 pages
This book is a practical guide to practice and procedure in courts and tribunals. It is aimed at the recently qualified practitioner,pupil barristers, trainee solicitors, or lawyers unversed in advocacy and procedure.
It provides a guide to applications in most areas of the law, with brief discussions of the relevant law, rules of procedure and practical tips. The applications covered are those which practitioners are likely to encounter in their first years of practice. In addition, each chapter attempts to anticipate likely pitfalls, with suggested solutions. The court system and techniques of advocacy are also covered.
This is not a legal textbook, and provides no substitute for legal research. It is designed to be starting point for advocates faced with an unfamiliar task.