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Proof: How to Analyse Evidence in Preparation for Trial

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In the preparation of any matter for trial there are two questions which must always be answered: “What must I prove in order to succeed?” and “How am I going to prove that?”

Sample analyses for Proof: How to Analyse Evidence in Preparation for Trial

These sample analyses were prepared by students in the following subjects at the University of Melbourne:

  • Proof in Litigation (LLM):
  • Evidence (JD); and
  • Evidence (LLB).

They have been made available with the consent of the students, each of whom was given the choice of being named as an author, or remaining anonymous. The instructions given to the students are reproduced at the start of each of the briefs of evidence. The analyses are for general guidance only and the fact that these analyses have been selected should not be taken as indicating that they represent the only possible approach to the questions asked. The analyses may not be perfect in substantive terms and may with future changes to the law become out of date.


R v Farina

Brief of evidence;
Sample analysis 1;
Sample analysis 2;
Sample analysis 3.


R v Worthy

Brief of evidence;
Sample analysis 1;
Sample analysis 2;
Sample analysis 3.


R v Taylor

Brief of evidence;
Sample analysis 1 (Daniel Aghion);
Sample analysis 2 (Patrick Keane);
Sample analysis 3 (Philippa Moorefield).

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By Andrew Palmer QC
Barrister

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