14 November 202310:00 - 17:00 GMT
47-58 Bastwick St, London, EC1V 3PS
Member: £345 + VAT
(Early booking £305 + VAT)
Standard: £485 + VAT
(Early booking £435 + VAT)
Available until one month prior
By the end of the course, attendees should understand:
How and when to prepare for court
How to introduce yourself and your expertise
How to give evidence
Lawyers’ techniques for cross examination and how to handle them
This course is suitable as both an introduction to the art of success and survival in court and as a refresher for those with experience
The Academy of Experts is the professional society and accrediting body for Expert Witnesses of all disciplines. It is independently run by Experts for Experts and those using them. The training is conducted by a team of experienced tutors. Although their disciplines are all very different, they all have practical experience of working as Expert Witnesses and mediators or instructing them.
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The four-half-day course is a comprehensive introduction to the roles and responsibilities of an Expert Witness. The practical training also concentrates on the Expert Witness' report and preparation for going into court.
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