disciplinary hearing

16

Jul'21

LLA 1340 Specific types of documentary evidence

This course discusses a range of documents which are commonly presented as evidence in hearings and arbitrations, such as the minutes of a disciplinary hearing, polygraph test results, contracts of employment and notes of conversations.

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07

Jul'21

LLA 1333 Hearsay evidence

You often hear that you can't do anything as you can't use hearsay evidence- your hands are tied. The correct answer is that yes, there is a way to have such evidence admitted. This course explains the law and best practice regarding hearsay evidence.

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07

Jul'21

LLA 1370 Circumstantial evidence

This article discusses the often misunderstood law relating to circumstantial evidence.

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29

Jun'21

LLA 1650 Recusal applications

It must never be forgotten that an impartial Judge is a fundamental prerequisite for a fair trial and a judicial officer should not hesitate to recuse herself or himself if there are reasonable grounds on the part of a litigant for apprehending that the judicial officer, for whatever reasons, was not or will not be impartial.

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24

Jun'21

LLA 1338 In camera evidence

This course explains how to have in camera evidence admitted, as well as how to oppose such evidence and how to manage the process and how to assess such evidence.

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