Milsted Langdon recently increased its senior management team’s professional body affiliation tally, when Forensic Partner Roger Isaacs was admitted to the Expert Witness Institute (EWI) as a Member.
Member status was conferred only after Roger provided compelling evidence that he met the EWI’s rigorous entry criteria, which included submissions of technical reports and references from his instructing solicitors and counsel.
The Expert Witness Institute is an independent not-for-profit organisation and a leading proponent of proper administration of justice. It supports, develops and promotes the capacity of experts from all professional disciplines and works for lawyers employing them.
Roger Isaacs is also a longstanding member the Academy of Experts, by which he is accredited to give expert determinations.
Commenting on his admission to the EWI, Roger stated: “It is gratifying to have been recognised by a second organisation dedicated to maintaining high expert witness standards for the quality of my work.
“I hope my EWI membership will give my instructing professionals added confidence that my expert evidence will not only be technically accurate, but will also comply with the rules governing its provision in all legal arenas.
“I would like to thank the colleagues for whom I have acted as an expert witness, whose support has been key to my attaining EWI membership.”
Roger Isaacs’ admission to the EWI follows his confirmation as winner of Lawyer Monthly’s inaugural Accountants’ Expert Witness Award in April.