Thank you for participating in the Concurrent Evidence Practices Survey, jointly hosted by the Australian Bar Association and KordaMentha.

This survey is designed to obtain benchmark information, on an anonymous basis, regarding experiences and current practices for the taking of concurrent evidence from expert witnesses in Australia. It is designed for those who give, examine or assess expert evidence, whether in litigation, arbitration or other hearings. We estimate it will take you approximately 15 minutes to complete the survey. 
 
The survey has 3 parts: 
  • Understanding your role and jurisdiction;
  • Common questions for all respondents; and
  • Questions based on your role. 
This session will not 'time-out', but cannot be saved. This means you can take as long as you wish to complete the survey as long as you do not close this window.
 
The results will be presented in a succinct report that will be publicly available. The data we collect will also be retained for potential further analysis and possible high-level inclusion as statistical conclusions in published papers. No references will be attributed to individuals in any of these uses. Please contact concurrentevidence@kordamentha.com for any queries regarding the survey.
 
Privacy
All responses are anonymous and untracked. However, you will have an option to provide your email address if you would like to receive a copy of the results directly.  Your email address will not be associated with your responses, so that they remain anonymous. Neither your email nor your response will be used for marketing purposes. To find out more about how KordaMentha collects, uses and discloses personal information, please read ourPrivacy PolicyThe ABA will not have access to your response, the names of responding persons nor will it use your email address to market to you. Its role is to facilitate an introduction to its members of the survey and to obtain the benefit of the analysis to be conducted by KordaMentha.

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1. What is your main role?

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2. How many years have you been in this role?

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3. Which is your primary jurisdiction(s)? (select all that apply)

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5. In which jurisdiction(s) have you had experience relating to concurrent evidence? (select all that apply)

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6. On how many occasions have you had experience of concurrent evidence in proceedings?

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