Report Writing for Legal Purposes
Report Writing for Legal Purposes has been designed to enable participants to improve their skills in report writing. This course is highly interactive; participants will use case studies and training notes to support the learning process. On completion, participants will be able to produce documents which are defendable in court and accurately referenced. On completion of this course, you should appreciate that honesty is always the best policy.
The programme is aimed at participants who wish to develop their skills and abilities to write reports for specific legal purposes for submission to Senior Management, Board of Directors and relevant legal departments and the courts.
This course will help you to understand what other professionals expect to see when they see a professional report.
The following modules are completed in the Report Writing for Legal Purposes programme:
- Report Types (legal)
- Elements of legal reports
- Laws of evidence
- Report writing styles
- Impact of Government Legislation
- Data Protection Act / Freedom of Information Act
On completion of this course participants will be able to:
- Identify types of reports and their functions.
- Explore report writing guidelines.
- Scope the requirements of a report before you start writing.
- Compose a report using appropriate legal language.
- Develop your report using clear and concise language.
- Ensure that your report is capable of being defended in legal settings.
- Clearly outline the aims and objectives of your reports.
- Present clear and unambiguous conclusions.
As well as offering in house training for this programme, this course will also be held in Waterford and Cork.
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