Critics’ Reviews

“This guide…is very practical and geared towards filling in the gaps that academia did not fill for the young lawyer. It tells the reader what those other resources do not: consider whether the education or the experience of a selected expert will be granted more weight by the court; request that the expert report contain an executive summary; teach the expert the “may I explain?” tactic if she is going to be questioned in court; do not make the mistake of asking the opposition’s expert “one question too many” on cross-examination. … Hollander’s practical guide is scattered with real and fictional case studies and questioning samples. The young advocate dealing with their first case involving an expert will gain confidence from this short read.”
Anna Mahood, Canadian Law Library Review (2018) 43:1, 20
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