(020) 7242 5778

Wildy’s Book News

Book News cover photo

Vol 24 No 12 Dec 19/Jan 20

Book of the Month

Cover of Merkin and Flannery on the Arbitration Act 1996

Merkin and Flannery on the Arbitration Act 1996

Price: £315.00

Wildy, Simmonds & Hill

Just Published

The Complete List...

Offers for Newly Called Barristers & Students

Special Discounts for Newly Called & Students

Read More ...

Secondhand & Out of Print

Browse Secondhand Online


Evidence Explained and Advocacy Self-Taught: A Handbook of Practical Instruction (for Legal Practitioners)

ISBN13: 004800
ISBN: 004800
Published: September 1961
Publisher: The Crescent Press Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback (65 Pages)
Price: Out of print

Out of Print

The object of this Handbook can be shortly given : it is to teach : to teach Advocacy and to explain Evidence. It is meant to help you particularly if you have had no great experience, to make a success of conducting cases in Court.

Evidence is considered in the first part of the book and, in the second part, Advocacy. Evidence is a subject which touches on many matters. Without understanding it, you often cannot assess the merits of your Client's case or claim. Here, you can learn the subject not academically but as it impinges in practice on the actual papers and facts before you.

Read the second Section of the book, and I promise you will emerge with an understanding of Advocacy. If you will work through it and practice what you can of its suggestions, you will have learnt the art of a worthwhile and fascinating subject.

May success attend your efforts.

Robt. Blackford
New Square
Lincoln's Inn
London. W.C.2.

Advocacy, Advocacy (Out of Print)
1. Oral Evidence -
Examination in Chief
Cross Examination - Re Examination
2. Documentary Evidence - Letters
Business Letters, Invoices etc
Admitting Documents
Notice to Produce Letters marked Without Prejudice
Secondar Evidence of Docuuments Not Produced
Documents Proving Themselves in the County Court
Documents which Prove Themselves in any Court
Schedules of Facts and Figures
3. Matters Given Special Treatment
4. Character -
Your Clients Good Character
Putting Character in Issue
5. The Evidence Act 1938 -
Continuous Records
Witnesses Abroad
6. Affidavits -
Rules Concerning Them
Specimen Notice to Produce
The Like to Admit (Documents)
The Like to Admit Facts
A Specimen Admission of Facts
1. The Accomplishments Required -
What is comprised in the Art
2. First Basic Requirements
3. The Accomplishments Required in Further Detail
4. Sundry Further Hints and Advice
5. How to Mitigate. Some Dont's;