The NSW Branch of the AALA is pleased to host Jeffrey Choy at Level 11, 65 York Street, Sydney, for a Continuing Legal Education speech in the Substantive Law / Legal Skills / Practice Management stream.
This CLE is not about the Evidence Act but rather the process of drafting affidavits. The presentation will take place in a workshop format and revolve around the techniques to avoid common pitfalls and how to present your client’s case to the court in a succinct and effective manner. Jeffrey Choy is a solicitor advocate whose practice specialises in commercial and family litigation, he appears regularly in the courts and Tribunals in Sydney and is the principal of JCL Legal.
Please register at the following link as there are only 30 places available: http://www.aala.org.au/event-3295347
Non-alcoholic drinks will be provided. Practising lawyers will be able to claim the speech for 1 CLE point in the substantive law, practice management, and / or legal skills stream.
This event is part of the NSW Branch's CLE March Madness, with CLE events on the following days:
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