trial & court advocacy

Having fulfilled all the requirements of the Solicitor Accreditation Board the Law Society of NSW has certified Michael Bowe as an accredited specialist in trial and court advocacy thereby confirming Michael an expert in court and trial practice, presentation and delivery. The basic principal of good advocacy involves the preparation and persuasive presentation of a case requiring detailed analysis and communication skills to achieve a successful result. Michael is the only Criminal Defence Lawyer certified by the Law Society of NSW as an Accredited Specialist in (Court and Trial) Advocacy.

Specialist In Court & Trial

The award of specialist accreditation recognises solicitors who have demonstrated proficiency in the area of law in which they specialise. This offers the public and the profession a reliable means of identifying solicitors assessed by their peers and the law Society as having special competence in a particular area of practice.

Michael is professionally recognised to assist you with your criminal trials, hearings and pleas. Proper legal advice should be obtained in order to assess a plea or defend a charge, instigate or defend any appeal. A thorough analysis of documents, charges and evidence in the preparation of a criminal case (complex or otherwise) is necessary. Detailed forensic scrutiny should be followed to meet your legal goals. Advocacy effectively making your point is an essential element in all areas of law and particularly in crime.

What my clients and judges have to say

Dressed in a black coat, Lizzie Buttrose leaves Waverley Local Court with her fiance