Distance Learning Modules and Training Resources

Case Theory Module

How to prepare and plan for a trial and how to develop a case theory.  This is an interactive distance learning exercise with a number of options:

Option 1 :  You will receive a case study, a blank case analysis template and a guide to preparing a case analysis. You submit your fact analysis, case theory and case theme  and you will receive written feedback from one of the SAHCA advocacy trainers.  Estimated time for undertaking the exercise is 2 hours.

Cost – £40.00 (with £20 discount when booking a 1 day Advocacy Training Course within 1 year)

Add on options:

  • Receive a model case analysis whether one was acting for either the Prosecution/Claimant or Defence  £10.00.
  • Work through the Case Analysis process  on a 1 to 1 basis with a SAHCA trainer either face to face, via Skype/FaceTime, telephone or e-mail at £50.00 per hour.

Email SAHCA Training to arrange payment and receipt of course materials

Free Training Resources for SAHCA members:

Skeleton Arguments

SAHCA Note on forms of dress and address in the Higher Courts

SAHCA Note on how to make appropriate reference to legal authority

Advocacy Know-how:

Advocates and their duties to the court

Advocacy in an alternative environment – Foreign requests for evidence – Some useful reminders

The procedure for children meeting the Judge in family cases


Ensure that you include your evaluation of reading this resource on your Development Plan for Advocacy as evidence of your continuing competency. See Continuing Competence for more information.

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