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Fancy some voice coaching?

Credit: Darwin Bell

Credit: Darwin Bell

Are you speaking in conferences and the courtroom?
How does your voice work and how does it affect your listeners?

The best advocate needs to understand and use the voice effectively to engage and persuade their audience.
Exploring tone, pitch, resonance and clarity, this is an introduction to how to look after and optimise your most important communicating device – your voice.

Our speaker Debbie Chatting, (MA Voice Studies) trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and specialises in Voice for the Lawyer. Debbie works on her clients’ vocal clarity, tone and confidence to build foundations for excellent public speaking.

Currently writing a dedicated chapter on Voice for the City Law School’s publication, ‘Advocacy’, Debbie coaches for film and theatre as well as at prestigious universities in the UK and abroad.

Open to LLB3, GELLB, GDL, LPC, BPTC and LLM students – register for this event by email

Where and when: Wed 23rd October 2013 6.30-8pm in the Lecture Theatre, Atkin Building.

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