6 steps of scientific method | Trial Law | Jury analyst
6 steps of scientific method is a procedure that has defined science since as early as Aristotle in ancient Greece. It consists of several intentional and logical steps aimed at testing a hypothesis. If you grew up in the US, it’s likely that you first learned about the scientific method in elementary school when you […]
AI in Jury Selection
The Sixth Amendment of the United States Bill of Rights guarantees defendants certain rights, an important one being the right to a fair and impartial jury. Despite this, it’s extremely challenging for any juror or potential juror to avoid possible sources of bias from information or misinformation disseminated from sources like social media and 24-hour […]
Career Page – Join team!
The legal service industry is still on the brink of a ai revolution and we can’t wait to change it with you. Join us, won’t you? The firm launched with the belief that pre-litigation services will be most successful when they are accessible to majority of plaintiff attorneys- without regard for wealth or status. Assuring […]
Social Media in Jury Selection: Good or Bad?
Human interaction and socializing was completely transformed in the early 2000s when social media platforms began to gain popularity. In 2005, only 5% of the US adult population used social media, 15 years later that number is now around 80%.(1) Social media has gone from being a commodity to somewhat essential in multiple facets of […]
Witness Credibility – Evaluating to Win Your Case
Persuasion is key in court cases and one of the best tools to persuade the jury is an expert witness. Witnesses are brought in for trials as tools to strengthen your claims and overall case through their expert testimony. Experts have advanced knowledge on specific topics and the ability to explain difficult concepts to help […]
Covid Court Delays
The Effect of COVID-19 Over the past several months, the coronavirus has completely shaken the world. The extreme precautions necessary for public safety have created what many news sources are calling a “new normal.” This new normal, which includes the required use of face coverings and fear to maintain a certain distance of proximity to […]
Remote Depositions – Analytics use now to your advantage!
Over the last six months, remote work has become the norm. Many Americans are working from home and doing every aspect of their job from their couch or home office. Even in law, videoconferencing and remote technology have become the new norm in the field. Traditionally, practicing law required a significant amount of face-to-face interaction. […]
Rex Parris- Deep Dive into the trial sciences
Rex prepares every case, for trial using the latest science in persuasion skills. Everything from metaphoric choices, word selection and visuals are tested and re-tested before each trial ahead of the important voir dire questions. Learn the tools and the approach behind the scenes.
How Documentary Films Can Change Minds
Political psychology has offered the theory of agenda-setting to explain how the media influences community sentiment (Iyengar & Kinder, 1985). Research shows that in the political domain, media coverage of particular social issues and social problems have made viewers think the issues are more important than issues that have been neglected by the media. Media […]
Get in the Game – Brian Panish Trial Lawyer Interviews
Brian Panish, an award-winning Trial Lawyer, interviews another top plaintiff lawyer Keith Mitnik in this invaluable podcast about trial strategies. Mitnik explains how your Voir Dire questions are the most important part of a trial. Equally, you must make sure the jury understands the power of bias. “Even subtle bias can have a profound […]