Best Practices for Vocational Evaluators in Preparing Expert Reports and Testifying in Court

Author(s): Stephen M. Birman

May 31, 2019


Stephen Birman, a personal injury lawyer and a partner at Thomson Rogers, presented on “Best Practices for Vocational Evaluators in Preparing Expert Reports and Testifying in Court” at the Canadian Assessment, Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Society conference on May 30, 2018, in Kingston, Ontario.

For a copy of the presentation, please contact Stephen Birman at 416-868-3137 or by EMAIL

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