Expert Evidence (CPD 1.5 hr)

5:00pm Tuesday, 7 December 2021
6:30pm Tuesday, 7 December 2021
CPD Training
At your desk
From your location
Everywhere, unknown 1010
New Zealand

Presented by Jack Hodder QC and Stephen Hunter QC, chaired by Stephanie Grieve, this 1.5 hour webinar will cover all aspects of expert evidence, including selecting an expert, briefing and pre-trial matters, preparing your expert for trial and common challenges and pitfalls.

Learning objectives:

  • gaining confidence in the selection and use of expert evidence; and
  • learn how to make the most of your expert through careful preparation.

Our presenters:


Jack Hodder QC

Jack Hodder QC is acknowledged as one of the country’s foremost litigators, providing advice and advocacy on commercial, regulatory and public law matters.

In addition to tactical and strategic advice, Jack’s work has included appearances in hundreds of cases involving litigation or arbitration. In these cases he has appeared at interlocutory, trial and appeal hearings, including the Privy Council and the Supreme Court.

Since 2015 Jack has been practising as a barrister sole from Thorndon Chambers (Wellington) and Shortland Chambers (Auckland). He was previously national senior litigation partner at Chapman Tripp (and chaired the firm’s board for six years). He has previously been a Law Commissioner and was a founding editor of “The Capital Letter”.


Stephen Hunter QC

Stephen Hunter QC is a barrister based at Shortland Chambers in Auckland. His practice is focused on commercial, regulatory and public law cases in the High Court. He has been recognised as a leading advocate in Who’s Who Legal, the Legal 500 and Chambers.

Stephen was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2019. He is also admitted to the bar in New York and as a solicitor in England & Wales. Stephen is a regular faculty member on the Law Society’s Litigation Skills course and sits on the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal.


Stephanie Grieve

Stephanie is a barrister practising in Christchurch and a member of Plymouth Chambers. She has a broad civil litigation practice, including insurance, regulatory and disciplinary matters and trusts/estates.

This webinar is free to members of the NZBA.   Register using your NZBA email login to get the member price of $0.

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