The theme is, “Judging and Advocacy in Virtual Court Hearings - An International Experience”.
Topics will include:
Protocols and guidance;
The judge’s experience and the advocate’s skill;
Determining which cases are suitable for remote hearings;
The IT platforms in use and experience of their effectiveness;
What should you have in mind to ensure all goes to plan and the case is most effectively presented or heard.
The webinar will be convened by the head of Pump Court Chambers, Oba Nsugbe QC, SAN. Mr Nsugbe is a part time Judge of England and Wales and an advocacy trainer for Gray's Inn and the International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP). He is dual qualified in the UK and Nigeria, and has a broad international practice focussing on Africa related litigation and dispute resolution. He).
Justice Joshua Wilson (FCoA; Australia) | Mr Justice Joshua Wilson is a Judge of the Family Court of Australia.
Sir Bernard Eder (Singapore International Commercial Court Arbitrator) | Sir Bernard Eder is an International Judge of the Singapore International Commercial Court.
Dato' Lim Chee Wee (Skrine Advocates & Solicitors; Malaysia) | Mr Chee Wee is the former president of the Malaysian Bar and a member of the 1MDB Task Force for investigations, prosecution and asset recovery.
Anna Annadale SC (National Advocacy Training Convernor GCB; South Africa) | Ms Annadale is a South African Advocate focusing on commercial and public law.
The Honourable Mr Justice Cohen (Royal Courts of Justice; England & Wales) | Mr Justice Cohen is a Judge of the High Court of England and Wales in the family division.
Navin Siva (Chairman, International Advocacy Training Council; Malaysia) | Mr Navin Siva is a practicing Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya.
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