Neil Chawla Selected To Join Faculty For Advanced International Advocacy Course At Keble College

Wed, 05 Aug 2015

No5 Barrister Neil Chawla has been selected to join the faculty on the Advanced International Advocacy Course, at Keble College, Oxford.

The internationally recognised course is the pinnacle of advocacy tutoring and is the most demanding and intensive advocacy course in the UK.

Lord Walker, speaking about the Bar’s work in Advocacy training, said: “The most outstanding course, of which at least my legal colleagues will be well aware, is the week-long advanced advocacy course held every year at Keble College, Oxford, which goes on to more advanced matters, including appellate advocacy, and the important topics of handling vulnerable witnesses and expert witnesses”

This year, the course will be held 31st August – 4th September 2015.

Please click here to view Neil Chawla’s profiles

Further information about the course can be found here.


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