In late October 2022 seven trainers from ICCA travelled to Krakow, Poland. The group was led by Chris Melton KC, head of ICCA’s international committee, and the group of trainers included criminal and civil practitioners, both silks and juniors. The trip was ICCA’s second international trip since the COVID pandemic and the first in-person European trip since Brexit was effected.Read the report
In light of COVID-19 travel restrictions, the ICCA and the American Inns of Court delivered the second virtual National Advocacy Training Programme via Zoom. The virtual course took place over 5 days, from 20th – 24th September 2021. This was the seventh iteration of the joint programme, which usually takes place in Washington D.C.
The training, led by HHJ Joanna Korner CMG KC, covered Case Analysis, Opening and Closing Arguments, and the Direct and Cross Examination of both Prosecution and Defence Witnesses.Read the report
The ICCA facilitated training for the American Inns of Court National Advocacy Training Programme (NATP) as requested by the American Inns of Court (“AIC”) between 14th–18th September 2020.
The training took the form of a mock trial led by HHJ James Burbidge KC, Mukul Chawla KC, Neil Chawla, Sarah Clarke KC, Paul Garlick KC, Mr Justice Martin Griffiths, Barnaby Hone, Tom Kark KC, HHJ Joanna Korner CMG KC (organiser), Ijeoma Omambala KC, HHJ Amanda Rippon, Andrew Smith KC, Sarah Whitehouse KC.Read the report