Professional Solutions – Expert Witness Training

The learning and development programmes carried out by Professional Solutions are founded on first class legal and communication expertise. We rely on barristers and solicitors to provide essential help and guidance as we develop learning and development solutions for our clients.

Giles Eyre

Giles Eyre

Giles Eyre is a barrister (recently retired) who practised from 9 Gough Square, London. Giles has extensive experience of conducting claims for personal injury, industrial disease and clinical negligence. He is a Recorder and a mediator on the CEDR Solve Lead Mediators Panel. He is a contributing editor of Asbestos Claims: Law, Practice and Procedure, published by 9 Gough Square and Clinical Negligence Claims – A Practical Guide, published by 9 Gough Square. Giles is also the co-author of Writing Medico-Legal Reports in Civil Claims, now in its second edition.

Giles regularly presents seminars for lawyers on a wide variety of topics and for expert witnesses on effective expert report writing, attending experts’ meetings and giving evidence.

Simon Randle

Simon Randle

Simon was called to the Bar in 1982. He specialises in planning, local government and environmental law, including the compulsory acquisition of land and its effect on common land and public open space.

Simon’s practice has a particular focus in major infrastructure projects, dealing with land use and transport related issues. In particular, he was instructed by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions throughout the four-year inquiry into BAA’s application to build a fifth terminal at Heathrow. He has represented the Highways Agency at more than thirty highways inquiries into a variety of highways schemes, including the A36 Salisbury Bypass and has promoted more than twenty major schemes at the county level.

Simon has an ongoing commitment to expert witness training and has delivered writing and giving evidence workshops for over 20 years.

Stephen Brown

Stephen Brown

Stephen is a barrister at Hardwicke Buildings, Lincoln’s Inn. He has a broad-based dispute resolution practice and acts in complex commercial disputes, usually with an international dimension.

He has successfully advised some of the world’s largest corporations, including: BASF, Cable & Wireless, Dow, GE, General Motors, Hilton, IATA, Ineos, Procter & Gamble, sanofi-aventis, Total and Toyota. Stephen has extensive experience across areas of law, including: competition law, contractual construction, conversion, fraud, pensions, private international law, professional negligence.

Stephen has extensive experience of instructing forensic teams and expert witnesses in commercial disputes and has a depth of insight into the issues that lawyers face when dealing with forensic accounting advice and evidence. Before joining chambers, he was an international law firm partner (most recently with Jones Day) between 1998 and 2013, regarded by each of the major directories as a leading individual in commercial litigation.