Expert Shows How to Earn Extra Revenue as a Courtroom Consultant
ASHLAND, OR--(Marketwire - April 14, 2010) - Judd Robbins did not get into computers to become an expert witness.
He has advanced degrees from UC Berkeley and the University of Michigan, has been an Information Systems manager and currently runs his own consulting and training company. However, since he began testifying as an expert witness in 1986, he has turned it into a reliable revenue stream, and he thinks anyone with an expertise in their field can do the same.
"The fact is, judges and juries aren't fond of 'professional' expert witnesses, who go from trial to trial as their primary means of support," said Robbins, author of Expert Witness Training (www.expert-witnesses.net). "But they do like working professionals who have an expertise in their fields, who maintain their day jobs, but who also know and understand the legal process."
Robbins advises professionals who want to get into the expert witness field that they need to become familiar with the three primary ways expert witnesses work with attorneys:
About Judd Robbins
Judd Robbins is a computer expert witness specializing in intellectual property cases. He also teaches expert witness training to professionals and experts across the United States.