The Australian Advocacy Institute Dedicated to Excellence in Advocacy

Advocacy is the art of persuasion in court.

The Australian Advocacy Institute Advocacy Skills Workshops provide lawyers with an opportunity to improve essential

advocacy skills, including effective preparation, performance and communication skills, in a supportive learning environment.

Participation in an AAI workshop will give you an opportunity to work with and learn from experienced

and skilled advocates who have been trained to help you improve your advocacy.

The AAI offers 3 workshop options.

• General, Advanced and Specialist advocacy skills workshops across Australia, open to all members of the legal profession.

• “In-house “ advocacy skills workshops and programs for law firms and government bodies.

• Specially tailored workshops for corporations and organisations having a right of appearance before any tribunal or hearing.

A schedule of workshop/s currently open for registration appears below.

AAI Advocacy Skills Workshops: Open for registration

Registration Fee:

All Registrations: $1,450 (incl. gst)
Fee includes a copy of the

AAI Advocacy Manual (RRP: $198).

Discounted registration available

for ALS, Legal Aid

and Community Legal Services.

For discount eligibility contact AAI: aai@advocacy.com.au.

Further Information:

Details of further AAI Workshops

in 2017/8 will be shown here as soon as dates and locations are scheduled.

To be notified by email click here.

To view the AAI Workshop

confirmation and cancellation policy click here.

CLE & CPD Points: In general, all AAI Workshops qualify for CLE/CPD points, usually the maximum number of points

                                    claimable within one specialist section. Check with your state Bar Association/Law Society.

AAI Advocacy Skills Workshops: Pending

CLE & CPD Points: In general, all AAI Workshops qualify for CLE/CPD points, usually the maximum number of points

                                    claimable within one specialist section. Check with your state Bar Association/Law Society.

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