Advocacy, for the lawyer or anyone involved in defending a person or a cause, brings together all the legal, rhetorical, psychological, anthropological and cultural techniques and resources needed to successfully carry out a mission as defender, litigator, negotiator or mediator.
These techniques and resources are drawn from law, argumentation and rhetoric (the art of convincing and persuading, the art of telling it like it is, but also the art of negotiating the distance between individuals on a given subject through words and speech), behavioral and cognitive sciences, emotional intelligence, anthropology, the arts and humanities, digital tools and artificial intelligence, soft skills.
As defense lawyers, we use them to gather and analyze evidence, question witnesses and parties, find the applicable law, convince and persuade the judge or arbitrator, in writing and orally.
Asnegotiating or mediating lawyers, they help us to understand how a transactional agreement between the parties to a dispute is constructed and to obtain it.
We conduct studies on the theories and practices of this art to develop the ADERA method (Arts - Law - Empathy - Rhetoric - Argumentation) and share them through the dissemination of reports, interviews, resource sharing, conferences and training courses.
These resources are partly available on the Oratorik Advocacy Workshop website accessible here: atelieradvocacy.com
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