On 13 April 2016 the Victorian Supreme Court, in conjunction with Melbourne Law School, will host a symposium on the theme of ‘Innovation in Litigation: Lessons from the Kilmore East-Kinglake Litigation’.

“Managing the volume and complexity of the expert evidence was a key challenge for the Court and participants in the trial. The Supreme Court played an active role, with judicial involvement in the pre-trial management of expert witnesses and supervision of 11 expert conclaves. During the trial, expert evidence was given concurrently, and Justice J Forrest appointed expert assessors to assist in evaluating the technical evidence.”

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