Essays in Advocacy

The Honourable Justice Tom Gray, Martin Hinton QC and David Caruso (eds), Essays in Advocacy (Barr Smith Press, Adelaide, 2012)

Essays in Advocacy is an anthology on the art and science of advocacy.

More than 50 authors contribute to 50 chapters covering:

  • Ethics, Duties and Obligations
  • Preparation
  • The Trial
  • Alternatives to Trial
  • Tribunals, Inquiries and Miscellaneous Hearings
  • Sentencing and Remedies
  • Appeals
  • Applications for Judicial Review
  • Proceedings in the High Court and Petitions

The Honourable Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, Justice Robert French AC notes in his Introduction to the work that “the range, diversity and depth of experience of the contributors whom [Essays in Advocacy] brought together is truly remarkable”.

Essays in Advocacy was launched on 18 May 2012 at the Offices of Fisher Jeffries Barristers and Solicitors by the Chief Justice of South Australia, the Honourable Justice John Jeremy Doyle AC QC.

Distinguished students in the study of advocacy and evidence from each of the three South Australian Law Schools were recognised and awarded copies of the work at the launch by the Honourable Justice Jennifer Davies, then of the Supreme Court of Victoria, now a Justice of the Federal Court of Australia.

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