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The author marked the Professional Ethics Assessments in 2017 for the Bar Standards Board. This book uses the insight that the author gained. It sets forth a system for answering the centrally assessed assessment in Professional Ethics. It is based on the syllabus as it stands for the 2020 assessments. The ethos behind it is to suggest answering techniques which are relevant for the assessment in this current form. This book majors in suggested techniques for answering questions featuring Part 1 of the syllabus through the use of incremental learning. It features activities to include in your learning and in your revision together with ways in which you can ensure that you have covered the whole of the syllabus by the time of your 2020 assessment.
This book follows the Civil Litigation process from pre-action through to trial and beyond, in a chronological structure with complete coverage of the BPTC syllabus, no more and no less. Diagrams and text aid you towards successfully answering the knowledge based MCQs (and application based SBAs) in the assessment. The beginning of each chapter sets out which of the examinable elements of the CPR and Statutes it contains, whilst the chapter itself is made up of sub-headings which exactly replicate the syllabus and the examinable material. At the end of each chapter there is a Most Concise Summary of the contents of the chapter. In addition, a table at the end of each chapter charts your progress through the coverage of the syllabus so that by the end of the final chapter you can be fully confident that you have covered the whole course in preparation for the 2020 assessments. The author has taught on the LPC/BPTC, writing and marking professional final assessments for over 24 years.