Book: Expert Witness Training - Profit from Your Expertise by Judd Robbinscategories: Book, Expert, Testifying Expert, Expert Consultant, Testifying, Expert Witness
Judd Robbinsabout this book: People have asked me for more than 25 years "How did you get into being an Expert Witness and how can I do that too". I finally decided to put everything down on paper about the process I followed, and still follow, and the experiences I've had over these many years. Having written more than 30 books during these last 30 years, I know how to explain and teach. Writing a book is the ultimate way to convey information to a great number of people remotely. More than a million book sales later, I can happily say that the teacher in me shows in my writings.
In this book, I can show readers the steps I took over the years, and the steps other professionals can take to become a highly respected and recognized expert witness, to multiply income, to gain confidence, knowledge, and credibility, and to enhance courtroom credibility and performance!
The book is for anyone who is already an expert in their chosen discipline, and who is now ready to offer their services to attorneys who need assistance in the analysis and presentation of their cases. The book contains lessons, appendices, and a detailed glossary that can all be used as references during your own expert witness work. Learn the A-B-Cs of earning high hourly rates in support of litigation in your current specialty! Learn from Judd Robbins - Successful expert witness in State, Federal, and International Courts since 1986.
My research for this book was my own casework as an expert in well over 100 cases in the last three decades, as well as looking at what other writers have included in their own books about this esoteric area of expertise. The first third of the book is for newbies --- experts but not expert witnesses. The second third is for everyone, those who want to get more marketing exposure and those who want to know more about the process. The final third is nuts and bolts of performing in court and in deposition settings with maximum professionalism, effect and persuasion.
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