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New Media’s Impact on Jurors – Part II

Your trial graphics do not live in a vacuum.  Their success is based solely on their effectiveness with the audience – your jurors.  Of course, no two jurors are exactly alike; their needs and wants are a moving target.  So how can our graphics possibly meet the communication expectations of every juror?  One valuable way […]

New Media’s Impact on Jurors (and How Your Trial Graphics Should Respond)

Part I Jurors: Then vs. Now Your trial graphics do not live in a vacuum.  Their success is based solely on their effectiveness with the audience – your jurors.  Of course, no two jurors are exactly alike; their needs and wants are a moving target.  So how can our graphics possibly meet the communication expectations […]

A Millennial Could Be Your Next Jury Foreperson

Millennials – the generation born between roughly 1980 and 2000 – are showing up in large numbers to perform their civic duty.  In fact, this year alone we’ve had several trials in which the post-hardship jury pool was nearly 50% or more Millennial after hardships.  More importantly, in two very recent trials, a Millennial served […]

Millennial Jurors: Who Are They and How Do We Best Communicate with Them

Imagine a case where an employee is terminated from a job after 30 years of employment.  The company claims he was let go because of downsizing; the plaintiff claims he was let go because he no longer fit the company image.  How might jurors of different generations view this case?  By and large, members of […]