“The legal system’s need for forensic consulting
springs from certain limitations in the role of the expert witness. The
forensic consultant works behind the scenes to identify and train useful
experts, to neutralize the effectiveness of the other side’s experts,
and to develop a perspective on the relevant scientific literature that
attorneys can pursue to their clients’ advantage. Forensic consulting
is an invaluable resource for trial attorneys in civil and criminal cases.”
Drogin, E. Y. (2010). Forensic consulting. In I. Weiner & W.
Craighead (Eds.), The Corsini encyclopedia of psychology
(4th ed., pp. 678-680). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Drogin regularly participates as a forensic consultant across the full
range of pretrial, trial, and appellate proceedings in both civil and
criminal cases, based upon experiences gleaned from 20 years of service
as an expert witness and his authorship of over 150 legal and scientific
publications to date.