LLA 1320 Documentary evidence

Categories: 1300 Evidence
Wishlist Share
Share Course
Page Link
Share On Social Media

About Course

LLA 1320 Documentary evidence

This course discusses the role and function of documentary evidence in a parties’ case at a hearing or arbitration in a practical way.

Documents form a crucial and centre part of a the evidence which parties produce in disciplinary hearings and arbitrations. Yet a representative who does not know how to have documents admitted, or the referred to will be unable to establish its case. Chairpersons and arbitrators need to be aware of the evidentiary status of documents and guide representatives through the process of admitting documents as evidence.

There are a number of lessons to be learnt from both case law and experience which are discussed and explained in this course, which includes a series of practical examples and exercises so that you will not only know the law after doing this course, but be able to apply it properly and effectively in practice.

 

 

Show More

What Will You Learn?

  •  Define a document
  •  Explain what form or type of evidence a document is
  •  Advise which document must be tendered as evidence
  •  Advise who must give evidence regarding a document
  •  Explain discovery of documents
  •  Discuss why a document should be disclosed
  •  Have a document or documents admitted as evidence
  •  Conduct the two-stage process for the admission of documents
  •  Explain which categories of documents are protected from disclose
  •  Prepare a bundle of documents for presentation at a hearing or arbitration
  •  Understand the role of the representative, chair and arbitrator
  •  Argue or motivate the status of documentary evidence in an arbitration

Course Content

LLA 1320 Documentary evidence
This course discusses the role and function of documentary evidence in a parties’ case at a hearing or arbitration in a practical way.

  • LLA 1320 Documentary evidence
    00:00
  • LLA 1320 Quiz