Expert reviews is a very broad term and each one is different.
I have somewhat of a dilemma at work where my job title is "UX strategist" and my clients often demand/expect strategic solutions to their websites. Note: not because of my job title but because of their current demands.
I view an expert review as a usability review - evaluating the heuristics of the website from a usability and persuasive standpoint. This is not strategic, but more tactical with the best definition coming from the famous Paul Boag (if no one has read his work, strongly recommend it)
What content do you believe should go into an expert review when you're structuring it? (say top level headers?) How many pages should it be (estimated). Most importantly, does anyone have any examples; I understand these will be somewhat difficult to find online due to confidentiality.
I don't see this as a duplicate of the other expert review question because I don't believe it answers the above questions. The other question focuses on usability heuristics not the content of what I define as an expert review.