Report Writing II / 8 Dec 2017

Title Report Writing II / 8 Dec 2017
Organiser Expert Witness Institute
Details

Speakers: Barrister Giles Eyre and Lynden Alexander 

Course Objectives

  • Understand the importance of legal tests in evidence
  • Explore the fundamental categories of legal test
  • Learn how to identify the correct legal test to apply
  • Apply legal tests in the evidence using a variety of simple and complex factual and technical scenarios
  • Understand the thought process necessary for applying legal tests correctly when expressing expert opinion.
  • Develop opinion writing skills for complex cases
  • Understand how to deal with causation in multi-incident compensation claims
  • Understand how to deal with the range of professional opinion on issues in dispute
  • Learn approaches to explaining complex issues
  • Explore reporting situations dealing with technical difficult issues

Cost:
EWI Member Rate: £260 Non-member Rate: £290 including lunch

How to book:
Write to us at Expert Witness Institute, 159-161 Temple Chambers, 3-7 Temple Avenue, London EC4Y ODA / Email us events@ewi.org.uk or call us on 020 7936 2213

Giles Eyre
Giles Eyre is a barrister (recently retired) who practised from 9 Gough Square, London. Giles has extensive experience of conducting claims for personal injury, industrial disease and clinical negligence. He is a Recorder and a mediator on the CEDR Solve Lead Mediators Panel. He is a contributing editor of Asbestos Claims: Law, Practice and Procedure, published by 9 Gough Square and Clinical Negligence Claims - A Practical Guide, published by 9 Gough Square. He is also the co-author of Writing Medico-Legal Reports in Civil Claims, now in its second edition. Giles regularly presents seminars for lawyers on a wide variety of topics and for expert witnesses on effective expert report writing and giving evidence.

Lynden Alexander
Lynden Alexander is a communication skills consultant who specialises in forensic communication. He leads the expert witness programme at Professional Solutions Learning and Development.
He began offering training to expert witnesses in 1996 and has since trained more than 6000 expert witnesses in forensic writing and courtroom presentation skills. He presents workshops on expert witness skills for the Expert Witness Institute and other professional bodies. He is also the co-author of Writing Medico-Legal Reports in Civil Claims, now in its second edition. Before working in the field of forensic communication, he was a Eurobond and Equity Derivatives trader in the City of London.

Start Date 08/12/2017 09:30
End Date 08/12/2017 17:00
Address The Expert Witness Institute, 159-161 Temple Chambers, 3-7 Temple Ave, London, EC4Y ODA
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