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Jury Communication

Bias or Misconduct? The Billion-Dollar Question. ABA Section of Litigation, Trial Practice Committee website. January 17, 2013.

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Forget What You Fear about Shadow Juries. Go Virtual! ABA Section of Litigation, Products Liability Committee, WIPL, New York, November 12, 2010.

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Asking the Right Questions: Current Events Shadowing the Jury Pool. Raleigh, NC: Trial Briefs, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers,
August 2002.

["AskRightQuestion.pdf"]

Effective Defense Voir Dire: Making Sense of Jurors' Experiences. Chicago, IL: International Association of Defense Counsel, Defense Counsel Journal, 68 (3), 2001.

["EffectiveDefense_Voir.pdf"]

Spotting Liars. ABA Tort and Insurance Practice Section, Trial Techniques Committee, 1992.

["SpottingLiars.pdf"]

Jury Research

Test-Driving Trial Strategy: Crossing the Finish Line First. ABA Annual Meeting: Section of Litigation, August 3-6, 2006.

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Getting What You Want from Jury Research. Southern California Directory of Experts & Consultants. Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles County Bar Association, 2000.

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Evaluating Jury Research, chapter in Managing Modern Litigation. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, 1992.

Understanding Jury Research, ALI-ABA's The Practical Litigator, 3 (1), 1992.

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Inner-City Jurors Tend to Rebuff Prosecutors and to Back Plaintiffs. Wall Street Journal, Tuesday, March 24, 1992, A-1.

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