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Updated July 2019: Subject matter experts are often central figures in complex litigation. The parties to a dispute, lawyers, judges, and juries rely on expert witnesses to help sort through complicated issues. These kinds of matters often benefit from the perspective of someone with substantial industry experience, a professional certification, a doctoral degree, and the ability to communicate effectively on a witness stand. Selecting the correct expert witness is frequently the difference between winning and losing a lawsuit. The expert's opinions can inform an effective legal strategy. The following curated resources provide directories or referrals to expert witnesses. PublicLegal has received no compensation or incentive for their inclusion. This list is actively maintained, and we welcome
     Maintains a network of experts around the U.S. across all medical specialties, providing information about their qualifications but does not disclose the experts' names until the formal, brokered introduction occurs.

  •      Promotes and matches high-level expert witnesses with potential clients for both pre-litigation and pending litigation matters, categorized into 1,265 areas of expertise

  •      Offers a comprehensive directory of expert witnesses and litigation consultants in a wide variety of fields.

  •      Founded in 1995, this site is an internet directory of experts, expert witnesses, and consultants, this site does not receive any portion of any fees paid to any listed member.

  •      Massive categorized index to experts that touts no upfront fee for experts to register, in operation since 1994.

  •      Founded in 1995 by Lex Mundi, an extensive network of independent law firm, its expert witness directory covers expertise in 1,500 general areas and 700 diseases and medical conditions.

  •      A professional marketing company offering a no-fee online directory of expert witnesses for the legal community.

  •      Specialty providers of independent medical evaluations for employers and insurers, including fitness for duty, disability, workers’ compensation, and risk.

  •      Offers a noteworthy, albeit deprecated collection of resources for medical experts, consultants, private investigators, attorney litigation and support, and law practice management services.