Expert Witness Guru

In my casting about on the internet, I came across an interesting site dedicated to expert witness issues:  The Expert Witness Guru (EWG).

As you might expect, the Expert Witness Guru is an India-based “expert witness consulting and publishing firm, with a distinct focus on helping experts build a robust practice and providing attorneys with the right tools to locate and engage the right experts.”  The website is a blend of marketing and scholarship, which is designed to be helpful to both expert witnesses and to lawyers who depend so much upon their experts in litigation.  The EWG offers a variety of litigation support services, including preparation of expert witness profiles and deposition summaries.

The website features a blog, the Expert Witness Marketing and News Blog, which is designed with the mixed readership of both expert witnesses and lawyers in mind.  The EWG blog publishes the work of the folks at EWG, as well as invited guest posts.  Expert Witness Guru also publishes an electronic monthly magazine, Expert Witness Chronicle, with coverage of the law, practice, and marketing of expert witness testimony.  To date, two issues have been released, which are available at the EWG website.

The editorial staff of Expert Witness Chronicle includes Ashish Arun (Editor), Shweta Nawani (Co-Editor), and contributors John F. Fielder, Myles Levin, and Gil Zamora.

The second issue of the Expert Witness Chronicle announced the formation of a capable editorial board, of well-respected scholars and practictioners:

Joseph P. Sanders, the A. A. White Professor of Law at University of Houston Law Center

Edward K. Cheng, Professor of Law at Vanderbilt Law School, and

John F. Fielder, clinical and forensic psychologist, and CEO, Daubert Institute of Forensic Psychology

The first two issues feature interesting coverage of the whole range of expert witness issues, from practice issues involving retention to the wide spectrum of types of expert witness testimony (forensic, economic, engineering, scientific, etc.).  The website, blog, magazine, and the outsourced services are all worth a closer look.



Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Comments are closed.