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Sophie Carr, Emma Piasecki, Gillian Tully and Tim J. Wilson, ‘Opening the scientific expert's black box: "critical trust" as a reformative principle in criminal evidence. (2016) 80(5) J Crim L 364
Gemma Davies and Emma Piasecki, ‘No more laissez faire? Expert evidence, rule changes and reliability: can more effective training for the bar and judiciary prevent miscarriages of justice?’ (2016) 80(5) J Crim L 327 [the previous research referred to in the Project Rationale]
Paul Roberts and Tony Ward, ‘Expert Evidence in Trials for Sexual Offences’ in Witness Testimony in Sexual Cases, eds. G. Gudjonsson, A. Heaton-Armstrong, P. Radcliffe and D. Wolchover. Oxford University Press, 2016
Tony Ward ‘“A New and More Rigorous Approach” to Expert Evidence in England and Wales?’ (2015) 19(4) E&P 228-245.
Tony Ward, Gary Edmond, Kristy A. Martire and Natalie Wortley, ‘Forensic Science, Scientific Validity and Reliability: Advice from America’  Crim LR 357-78