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Speech by Lord Justice Jackson: Concurrent Expert Evidence

In this lecture I shall concentrate on one particular Australian invention, which we are now copying in England and Wales. That is concurrent expert evidence. I shall not use the popular colloquial term ‘hot tubbing’, having been warned off such vernacular that by an Australian judge. To be on the safe side, I will use the abbreviation “CEE” for concurrent expert evidence.

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