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1 Series, H, Herring, J. Doctor in court: what do lawyers really need from doctors, and what can doctors learn from lawyers? Br J Psychiatry 2017; 211: 135–6.
2 Rix, K, Haycroft, A, Eastman, N. Danger in deep water or just ripples in the pool: has the Pool judgment changed the law on expert evidence? BJPsych Advances 2017; 23: 347–57.
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