***THIS COURSE WILL BE DELIVERED LIVE ON 11 OCTOBER***
ADDITIONAL SPEAKERS TO BE CONFIRMED
The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) is pleased to present two live legal training courses for expert witnesses, geared towards all claimant and defendant experts that advise on valuing claims.
Course 1: Pre-trial and report-writing - will provide you with all the legal knowledge required up to conference and directions, including report writing.
Course 2: Court Proceedings and Trial - will concentrate mostly on post-issue stage of the case, joint expert meetings, preparing for and giving evidence at trial.
Attendance at Courses 1 and 2 will help you to acquire top tier status within the APIL expert witness directory.
Who should attend?
The second of the two courses is a general experts course appropriate for all experts in personal injury litigation including medical experts, experts in care & rehabilitation; prosthetics and orthotics; employment; accountancy, accommodation and architecture.
Our experts courses aim to deliver practical guidance to assist you in developing the skills and knowledge required to become a good expert. They can serve as an introduction but also as a refresher, to improve your current skill-set.
There will be a number of speakers at this conference and these will be confirmed shortly.
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New APIL experts: If you are not currently listed in APIL's expert directory, you will receive a complimentary enhanced listing after booking onto this course.
APIL experts are categorised as follows:
Tier 1**: Experts recommended by APIL members and who have completed Parts 1 and 2 of APIL’s Legal Training for Expert Witnesses courses
Tier 1*: Experts recommended by APIL members and who have completed either Part 1 or Part 2 of APIL’s Legal Training for Expert Witnesses courses
Tier 1: Experts recommended by APIL members
Tier 2: Experts recognised by expert witness organisations such as the Expert Witness Institute or Society of Expert Witnesses (who do not hold an APIL member reference)
Tier 3: Experts without recommendation or external recognition