For over 20 years Unisearch has delivered intensive training sessions to both new and experienced experts. The highly regarded sessions are designed to equip experts with the unique skills of testifying as an expert witness, and enhance the quality of the expert’s report writing as well as build their knowledge and confidence to perform in court scenarios.
ONE-DAY INTENSIVE TRAINING PROGRAM
Core components of the one-day intensive expert witness training program are:
- The expert's role in the court proceedings
- The rules of evidence as they apply to the expert's opinion
- Explaining the rules that govern your expressing opinions in a written report or by spoken evidence in the witness box
- Exploring ways in which the well-prepared expert can succeed in the witness box
- Report writing and communication skills
- Suggestions on how to prepare a report that persuades
- Court procedures to narrow the points of disagreement between opposing expert opinions
- Understanding the aims and methods of examination and cross-examination
- Explaining how and why the advocates ask questions at the hearing
Trainer | Hugh Selby
Hugh Selby, practising barrister and co-runner of the only Australian LLM that is focussed upon Criminal Practice, has been training advocates and witnesses for over 30 years. His authored and edited publications cover expert evidence, advocacy and appellate practice.
Friday, 23 August
If you are unable to attend please contact us so that we can pre-register you for the the next available session.
$750 (including GST)
UNSW Knowledge Exchange
Gate 14, Barker Street
Endeavour Room, Level 2, South Wing, Rupert Myers Building
UNSW Sydney, New South Wales