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What makes a good advocate?

Advocates can make a huge difference in people’s lives, homes, businesses, as well as society. If someone is involved in a criminal case, a good Criminal lawyer will be crucial.

Without a good lawyer, all evidence could be lost. Good advocacy is crucial when it comes to lawyers.

It can be hard to tell the difference between ‘Good Advocacy’ and ‘Bad Advocacy. The BAR is made up of advocates from many disciplines (e.g. crime, family, civil matters).

Many students opt for advocacy and pass the exams with flying colors. It is enough to get high marks on the exams?

Advocates are not only qualified to get good grades. To be a best advocate, you need to have many other skills and qualities.


Advocates are not an easy job. Once you take up a case, you must be responsible for the client and the law.

Advocates should be able handle all aspects of the case, and ideally also look at the case from the other end.

Advocates should be able to identify where the case is and where it wants to go at all times. All of it depends on how well he can present the case to the Judge.


Good Advocates can be vigilant about the case. Sometimes cases cannot be resolved in one hearing.

Sometimes it takes years to decide a case. Even if a case is long, a good Advocate will keep the attention on the case.

Analysis, Analysis and Perfect Analysis

Without his analytical skills, no Advocate will be able to earn the badge “Good.” A case that is properly planted will thrive.

Every case has its facts and evidence. But there are many more aspects to it. An advocate who is able to see the unseen and make judgements about the unknown is a good one.

Five Essential Ps Of Advocacy

These five Ps of Advocacy are the fundamental qualities that a great lawyer must possess

Preparation for Hearings 

It takes a lot of preparation to present the case clearly. An Advocate cannot afford to be confused or nervous when presenting facts.


It’s not necessary to present all facts and evidence at the first hearing. Good Advocates should know what they will be showing and how often.

The Advocate must decide how much information to conceal in order to protect confidentiality.


It is the Advocate’s attitude to the case that matters the most. Only then can he prove his client innocent in front of the Law.

Perseverance is Essential

Sometimes cases can be challenging. If cases were easy, people wouldn’t require an Advocate. An Advocate who is competent will fight for your case regardless of the odds and difficulties outside the court.


Without great persuasion skills no one has ever been capable of being a great lawyer. An Advocate must believe in his words and convince others.

An Advocate who isn’t confident in his words and stumbles when making statements will not be believed, regardless of whether or not he is being truthful.

A good advocate is one who is always ahead.