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This book describes and applies the practical four-step PLAN Model, based in caselaw and professional psychology's literature to help lawyers organize, critique, and use psychological materials and testimony when examining experts and framing legal arguments.
John A. Zervopoulos, PhD, JD, ABPP, of Dallas, TX is a psychologist and lawyer, directs PsychologyLaw Partners, a forensic consulting service that applies the practical caselaw-based PLAN Model to help lawyers critique mental health experts' work and testimony and effectively address the resulting evidentiary reliability issues in court. In addition, Dr. Zervopoulos writes extensively and presents seminars to lawyers and mental health professionals. His second book, How to Examine Mental Health Experts: A Family Lawyer's Handbook of Issues and Strategies, was published in 2013 by the American Bar Association. He also publishes PsychologyLaw Brief, a semimonthly email that offers practice tips to guide case preparation, assess the reliability of experts' methods and reasoning, sharpen deposition and court examinations, and frame legal arguments.