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Register now to join the Diploma in Judicial Skills and Decision-Making

Due to demand, the Diploma Centre is once again offering the Diploma in Judicial Skills and Decision-Making,commencing on 13 October 2021.

 

This diploma will provide participants with case-management leadership skills and practical training on how to run a case in any forum. It will also prepare participants for adjudicatory, tribunal, and board roles, and will explore the skills needed to preside over various forums. Practical workshops on arriving at a determination and drafting judgments and functions and duties of chairpersons of a board will be facilitated by means of case studies and role-play sessions. An interactive online module on mediation will take a look at the challenges arising from integrating the mediation process with the legal system, examine key mediation skills and give students an insight into how the Mediation Act 2017 affects traditional court-based proceedings.

 

This course is suitable for:

  • Solicitors, barristers, and other relevant professionals who wish to develop the skillset necessary for adjudicatory, tribunal, and board roles or the skills necessary preside over various forums,
  • Directors or other relevant professionals seeking to gain necessary training with regard to overseeing decision-making processes in a corporate environment.

 

For further information on the course and the application process visit the Diploma Centre pages on our website or contact Cian Monahan, Course Leader, on c.monahan@lawsociety.ie.

 

 

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