The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 17 > The Engineer as Expert Witness
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The Engineer as Expert Witness

From time to time, engineers are called on to give expert evidence in court or at arbitrations. This may be as a witness to fact or as an expert witness, and it is important for the client to know at an early stage in which category the engineer will be required to appear. R.G. Grahame