Reading Jurors’ Minds: The Birth of Virtual Jury Consultations

As we delve into the psychology of jury consultations, one thing becomes pivotal: reading jurors’ minds. Jury consultants assemble focus groups and employ psychology-based interview strategies. The goal? To assist attorneys in understanding juror mentalities.

The Role of Focus Groups in Reading Jurors’ Minds

In the quest of reading jurors’ minds, focus groups play a vital part. They serve as the bridge between attorneys and potential jurors. Through these groups, consultants use various psychological strategies to establish a connection and draw insights.

Reading Jurors’ Minds: Meet Elizabeth Larrick

Elizabeth Larrick, an attorney engaged in focus group consulting, is part of this transition. She has embraced the new norm of reading jurors’ minds virtually, sharing her insights into this digital evolution.

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