The Confidence in Court course is for anyone called to be a witness in court, whether as a lay, expert or professional witness.

Half day courses can be arranged on a 1×1 basis

One day courses can be arranged for groups of no more than 12 people

Clients arrange venues.


  • to familiarise clients with the process giving evidence in court
  • to identify and reduce any potential anxiety and/or trauma
  • to enable witnesses to present their oral evidence truthfully, clearly and confidently


  • De-mystification of procedures, processes, roles, etiquette
  • Preparation
  • Nature and purpose of cross-examination
  • Practical experience of giving evidence in an adversarial context


By the end of the day witnesses will:-

  • be familiar with procedures, preparation and court etiquette
  • feel more confident and be more competent to present their evidence in court
  • have experienced a cross-examination on a hypothetical case study

NOTE: Witness coaching is not permitted. Current cases cannot and will not be discussed.

Training is delivered by barrister, Lee Moore. Lee has been presenting witness familiarisation courses for over 20 years. Her teaching is also informed from personal experience. Lee has been a witness in the High Court, Crown Court and courts in Greece.

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I attended the Confidence in Court   training yesterday. I just want to say it was an exceptional course. The lady who did the training was absolutely incredible. (Lee Teresa Moore) Her knowledge the manner in which she presented the course was professional and I have to say it was a pleasure to have met her and her wealth of knowledge speaks for itself.  I gained a lot out of it and certainly feel a lot more confident if I had to attend court. Just wanted to feed this back.


S C. - Psychologist

“Lee: I have very strongly recommended to Denton Wilde Sapte that they should only use you. Your advice was invaluable. I was told I did very well in the Tribunal. Many thanks!”

Claire Enders - Claire Enders Enders Analysis. London