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The contribution of expert witnesses in Children Act cases is often crucial to their outcome. It is therefore essential that all legal advisers should know when it is appropriate to instruct an expert and how to ensure that they address the issues pertinent to the case.
Peter Harris, former Official Solicitor, has distilled his immense experience of handling complex children cases in this invaluable handbook which will equip all family lawyers with the knowledge of how to instruct and manage experts effectively. The text is illustrated with case examples and supplemented by checklists and precedent letters available also on a complimentary disk.