As an Expert you will be judged on the quality of your evidence - not just the quality of your opinion.
TAE's annual lunch for members and guests.
This seminar is the annual update on the events of the previous year as they affect the Expert Witness world and the world of Alternative Dispute Resolution - “That was the year that was”.
This course is an intensive study through both the theory and more practical aspects of being an Expert Witness.
This is a two day course designed to give the Expert Witness a working knowledge of structure of the legal system which he or she will be working in as well as the rules and procedures which must be complied with.
It’s all well and good being the world’s best expert, but if nobody knows, you will not be appointed.
This is a technical course which will deal with all you need to know to get started and run an Expert Determination. It is a pre-requisit for those wishing to become a TAE accredited Expert Determiner.
Tips from Counsel on Disciplinary Action
Philip Newman, a barrister at 42 Bedford Row will speak to TAE members about Professional Discipline and in particular:
As the role of the Expert becomes more sharply defined and is held under the spotlight with the development of the new rules, the need to know and keep ‘up to date’ grows ever stronger.