2 edition of Australian judicial perspectives on expert evidence found in the catalog.
Australian judicial perspectives on expert evidence
Ian R. Freckelton
by Australian Institute of Judicial Administration Inc. in Carlton, Vic
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ian Freckelton, Prasuna Reddy, Hugh Selby.|
|Contributions||Reddy, Prasuna., Selby, Hugh., Australian Institute of Judicial Administration.|
|LC Classifications||KU3656 .F738 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 168 p. :|
|Number of Pages||168|
|LC Control Number||00302099|
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Australian judicial perspectives on expert evidence: an empirical study Author: Ian R Freckelton ; Prasuna Reddy ; Hugh Selby ; Australian Institute of Judicial Administration. Australian Judicial Perspectives on Expert Evidence: An Empirical Study - Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration - Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration.
Australian judicial perspectives on expert evidence: an empirical study. Carlton, Vic: Australian Institute of Judicial Administration Inc. Freckelton, Ian R. and Selby, Hugh. and Reddy, Prasuna. and Australian Institute of Judicial Administration.
Australian judicial perspectives on expert evidence: an empirical study / the Australian Institute of Judicial Administration and the Federal Litigation Section of the Law Council of Australia / edited by Archie Zariski ; foreward by B.A. Beaumont and R.P. Dalton. KF ZD2 E85 Australian judicial perspectives on expert evidence.
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Report - Australian judicial perspectives on expert evidence: an empirical study From the Collection of RMIT GSBL Justice Smith Collection Building 13. Including analysis of the judicial assessment of expert evidence in civil litigation (comparing practice in England and Wales with that in the United States, France, Germany and Italy), the book also provides the first detailed account of the historical development of English civil expert evidence and the first analysis of the use of party Cited by: It was the first study to comprehensively survey the views of the Australian judiciary about expert evidence, however, the findings can no longer be considered current.
Judicial attitudes toward expert evidence was commissioned by Unisearch Expert Opinion Services to provide an up-to-date review of existing Australian and international empirical research examining judges’ perspectives towards expert evidence. Australian Judicial Perspectives on Expert Evidence: An Empirical Study; Australian Magistrates' Perspectives on Expert Evidence: A Comparative Study; Causation in Law and Medicine; Coat Practice Manual for Tribunals; Coercive Care; Controversies in Health Law; Criminal Injuries Compensation Law Practice and Policy.
Australian Judicial Perspectives on Expert Evidence: An Empirical Study Australian Magistrates' Perspectives on Expert Evidence: A Comparative Study Causation in Law and Medicine. The Australian Law Reform Commission has noted serious concerns among judicial officers and legal practitioner about lenient approaches to expert evidence, including concerns that the relevant specialised knowledge of experts might not be adequately demonstrated, and that the facts or assumptions relied upon by the expert are notFile Size: KB.
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