A barrister’s tips for giving evidence in the family court
Author: Jonathan Bott, barrister, 43 Temple Row Chambers
Publication Date: 30 November 2016
These tips have been suggested by Jonathan Bott, a family law barrister who represents local authorities, children and parents. They are designed to help social workers better understand how advocates approach cases, and how to deal with the challenges of cross-examination. It might seem basic, but the scouts’ motto should always be the starting point […]
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