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THE ADVOCATE V O L . 7 5 P A R T 1 J A N U A R Y 2 0 1 7 77 • the differences between mental health professionals such psychiatrists, psychologists and neuropsychologists • mental disorders to which litigation commonly relates • what a neuropsychological assessment is and what it can offer • the complex nexus between psychological and psychiatric assessment and legal doctrine • how to effectively organize, prepare and present your psychiatric and neuropsychological evidence at trial • much more! The course will take place on January 20, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Pan Pacific Hotel or via live webinar. For additional reading on managing expert evidence, we recommend Expert Evidence in BC Civil Proceedings. Designed to be a handy, quick reference in court or at the office, this portable, soft-cover book is a litigator’s ultimate guide to finding, choosing and using an expert. With detailed chapters on briefing, calling and attacking expert witnesses, Expert Evidence in BC Civil Proceedings provides guidance for using experts not only in court, but also before administrative tribunals and in mediations. This essential resource is available as a print + online package or as an online access only publication. For more information on any CLEBC course or publication, please call CLEBC customer service at 604-893-2121 or visit <www.cle.bc.ca> today. t t t t t


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