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912 THE ADVOCATE VOL. 75 PART 6 NOVEMBER 2017 (b) specify their format and procedure, including ii(i) the form of the evidence to be adduced (such as viva voce evidence, affidavits, written summaries, statements of counsel) i(ii) any restrictions on the scope or the length of the evidence to be adduced (iii) any restrictions on the scope and length of the parties’ submissions (iv) whether written submissions are to be provided in advance, and i(v) the format in which case authorities are to be provided to the Court, and any restrictions on their number (c) create a schedule for the hearing of the voir dires and pre-trial applications, after consultation, including with the trial judge (if he or she will be presiding), or with any judge who will be presiding over the voir dires or pre-trial applications (d) establish timelines for preparatory steps before the hearing of each of those voir dires and pre-trial applications, including ii(i) any further notice that is to be given i(ii) any disclosure or delivery of further materials to be made by either party (iii) exchanges of witness lists (iv) delivery of written outlines or argument or more detailed submissions, as the case may be, and i(v) delivery of case authorities (e) in performing the role described above, take into account whether specific voir dire or pre-trial issues or applications should be referred to a different judge, and whether some voir dires or pretrial applications can appropriately be heard concurrently by two judges, and (f) oversee the development of a case management plan, for the proceedings before trial, reflecting the various determinations and directions described above. AFTER THE APPLICATION SCREENING CONFERENCE Further Case Management Conferences 48. The case management judge will continue to hold case management conferences from time to time, to ensure that the case is progressing in


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