Clinicians, researchers, and academicians, whether or not they have expert testimony experience, may be nominated by a member of the forensic or law community. The Forensic Panel considers nomination of ethical, accomplished and well-credentialed specialists whose expertise may be especially informative to civil or criminal courts.
Admission to The Forensic Panel involves completing a rigorous vetting process which includes background and reference checks, and license verification. Potential members must meet the requirements for membership and have demonstrated enduring excellence in their areas of expertise, as well as the ability to work well within a team setting.
Rewards of Being Part of the Best
In The Forensic Panel, all work is peer reviewed through a system that ensures exceptional diligence and adherence to scientific standards. Examiners are pushed by colleagues to do their best work, expanding their knowledge and experiences while working with specially selected, top-tiered professionals. The result? For the courts: analysis, reports, and testimony that both sides of a dispute can appreciate as fair, truthful, and accurate. For the consultant: an invaluable learning experience that carries over into all aspects of your career.
A Distinction We Protect
Nomination or selection to The Forensic Panel is not available to those who have been disciplined in any way by professional bodies, or those who have acquired a reputation for being one sided (defense or prosecution) in their consultation work and conclusions. Our rigorous screening process aims to eliminate those with a track record for dishonest testimony. This consideration protects you and your reputation as a member of the The Forensic Panel.
An Honor You Carry
Members of The Forensic Panel maintain their personal practices and other professional activities and affiliations. We prefer it that way. This encourages members of The Panel to make other important professional contributions that underscore the benefit of their experience and expertise to the court.