On Saturday 6 April 2019, the ICCA’s Training & Accreditation Committee will host an Advocacy Trainers’ Symposium. The Symposium will include all levels of advocacy trainers and aims to share visions about the development of advocacy training, act as a forum for open discussion around common problems encountered during training and determine how to further develop the programme of training available.
Accredited advocacy trainers of the Inns and Circuits and advocacy tutors on the BPTC programmes are invited to sign up through our Eventbrite booking page.
The programme will include keynotes from Timothy Dutton QC and The Hon Justice Ann Ainslie-Wallace on the Challenges for the 21st Century Advocate and from Professor Cheryl Thomas and Martin Griffiths QC on the New View of Teaching Ethics.
Breakout sessions will include:
- Advanced Advocacy Training – is it needed?
- The International Dimension to Advocacy Teaching
- Technology in Teaching
Date: Saturday 6 April 2019
Location: Great Hall, Lincoln’s Inn
Time: 9.15am – 4.30pm. The programme will be followed by a complimentary drinks reception.
Cost: Free to Advocacy Trainers