Charlotte Morris published an article in the GTLA 2014 Winter edition of Verdict Magazine about how litigators can satisfy jurors' tremendous appetites for the news and entertainment in our media-saturated climate. See: www.nxtbook.com/naylor/GTLQ/GTLQ0114.Kevin Boully and Karen Lisko, Persuasion Strategies at @LitigationTips recently published "Managing Intellectual Property: Should I Request a Jury Trial."
Susan Broome, Trial Consulting Associates, published "Pattern Voir Dire Questions: Civil and Criminal" in December 2012. The book includes oral voir dire questions for 26 different types of cases as well as written questionnaires for each type of case. All of the material is on the CD that accompanies the book. The work is available through jamespublishing.com.Kevin Boully and Karen Lisko, Persuasion Strategies at @LitigationTips recently published "Managing Intellectual Property: Should I Request a Jury Trial."
Julie Blackman, Doar, published "An Interesting Career in Psychological Science: Trial Strategy Consultant" in the September 2012 issue of PSA (Psychological Society Agenda), the monthly e-newsletter of the American Psychological Association.
Jeff Frederick, National Legal Research Group, published an article on tips for sniffing out stealth jurors that would cause unfair trials. His work appears in the September 2012 issue of GPSolo eReport, an online publication of the American Bar Association.
Jan Mills Spaeth, Advanced Jury Research, collaborated with the American Bar Association to publish a second edition of her DVD set on witness preparation, now with subtitles in Spanish and Chinese. The DVDs are titled, "Witness Preparation for Deposition" and "Witness Preparation for Trial." These DVDs are designed for witnesses to watch in preparation for testimony. They are 45 minutes each and focus on the three steps and ten C's of credible testimony. They have examples of witnesses responding the wrong way, followed by a right way. The original set was published in 2008. Also, Jan has a DVD set on "Strategic Witness Preparation" published in 2010 by the ABA. It provides 4.25 CLE credits..
Kathy Kellerman, ComCon, Kathy Kellerman Communication Consulting, reflected on her path to becoming a trial consultant in a recent issue of Spectra, a publication of the National Communication Association. She said it was fun to write, and shares that article with the ASTC membership. Click here for PDF.