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Forensic & Expert Witness Community resources

Key resources for Forensic & Expert Witness Community members.

Useful links

Practical perspectives

Multiples

Model documents

Legal cases

eBooks

The Library & Information Service provides a hand-picked collection of eBooks as a benefit of membership. If you are unable to access an eBook, please see our Help and support or contact library@icaew.com.

Industry press

The Library & Information Service provides a hand-picked collection of industry press articles as a benefit of ICAEW membership. If you are unable to access an article, please see our Online resources troubleshooting or contact library@icaew.com.

Online journals

These journals are available only to logged-in ICAEW members, ACA students, Forensic & Expert Witness Community members and other entitled users. To access them, please log in.

Articles and books in the Library collection

The Library & Information Service holds a print collection of over 45,000 books and around 160 current professional journals, including The Expert & Dispute Resolver, Money Laundering Bulletin and the New Law Journal. For information on borrowing books from the Library please contact us or see our guide to book loans. You can obtain copies of articles or extracts of books and reports through our document supply service.

To find out how you can borrow books from the Library please see our guide to borrowing books.

You can obtain copies of articles or extracts of books and reports through our document supply service.

Industry guides

Our industry guides provide a range of resources from a variety of sources that may be useful when benchmarking company performance against industry averages, locating indicators to assist in identifying potential loss of earnings or researching the background to a particular industry.

The guides also provide details of key players reports, market reports and mailing lists which ICAEW members and ACA students can order through the website or by contacting our enquiry team.

Civil, Criminal & Family Procedure Rules

Thought leadership

Our thought leadership is intended to change thinking and behaviour. We want to help our members do their jobs as best they can. Ultimately, this will enable a world of sustainable economies.
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Information

Some of the content on this web page was provided by the Chartered Accountants’ Trust for Education and Research, a registered charity, which owns the library and operates it for ICAEW.

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