Attorney at Law Magazine - Mock Jury Research

Mock jury research is routinely employed to test drive case positions prior to mediation and trial. Research findings and the strategic recommendations made by trial consultants equip the trial team with empirically-based valuations for mediation as well as unique insights into winning strategies for trial.

When & Why You Should Conduct Research?

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Tablet technologies in a legal setting are accelerating at an astounding rate in terms of functionality. Not only are we seeing flashy apps with increasingly impressive purposes and complicated options, but we’re also witnessing a rise in refined simplistic concepts that don’t necessarily need a massive makeover. These apps cater to many functions that are staples to the legal industry and simplify tasks like note taking or document organization through approachable tablet technologies.

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