About the seminar:
Experts often play vital roles in a wide range of disputes, as investigators, witnesses and determiners.
This one-day seminar considers
the various expert roles, best practice in the use of experts and how to make
the most of experts.
The seminar will cover:
- Expert roles – defining differences
- The investigator expert
- The expert witness
- The determinative expert
- Expert investigation and forensic analysis
- Investigator bias and cognitive illusions
- The place of fact and opinion in investigation
- Air accident investigation protocol – a template for evidence collation and reporting
- Expert witnessing
- Eliminating indigestible evidence, saving time and making settlement easier
- What counsel wants from a witness
- Forensic accounting evidence – considerations and practical experiences
- How to be an expert determiner
- Expert determinations – it’s not as simple as it seems
- Tribunal appointed experts and other procedural considerations
- What’s a determiner to do: When expert evidence collides
- Steve Alexander
- Dr Barry Hughes
- Andrew McGregor
- Polly Pope
- Ben Vanderkolk
More to be announced.
- Hon. Rodney Hansen QC
More presenters will be announced soon.
Who should attend:
- Lawyers and advocates who use experts
- Expert witnesses
- Expert investigators
- Expert determiners
When: 26 February 2018
Cost: From $495
Registration now open – login to register online, or click HERE for a registration form.
If you have any questions, please contact our Education Co-ordinator, Rebecca.
Cancellations for a full refund less a $50 service fee must be received in writing 3 weeks prior to the seminar. Thereafter no refund will be provided. Registrations are transferrable to another person for the course.