(For in-company only due to highly customized content) ​Many agencies conduct prosecutions, or make administrative decisions after their own investigations.  In some situations, disciplinary committees or other similar tribunals are vested with powers to run a hearing where evidence is gathered and decisions are taken based on that evidence. Lawyers trained in trial advocacy techniques […]

(For in-company only due to highly customized content) The process of adjudication requires a good understanding of the elements of the claim and defence, a good understanding of the distinction between facts and evidence, an ability to organize facts and evidence into a coherent framework, and the ability to reach a reasoned conclusion based on […]

(For in-company only due to highly customized content) Good legal writing must be comprehensible, concise, cogent and complete.  The major source of information to the judgment, decision and award of any hearing must be accurately recorded.  They must convey a logical train of thoughts in the decision making, taking into account all evidence and materials […]

(For in-company only due to highly customized content) An inquisitorial process of dispute resolution requires good investigative skills.  The process of investigation requires a good understanding of the elements of the claim and defence, a good understanding of the distinction between facts and evidence, an ability to organize facts and evidence into a coherent framework, […]