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The Curious Case of Philando Castile and the Little Voice in the Backseat

August 30, 2016 // Uncategorized // No Comments

August 30, 2016 One of the more disturbing aspects of this case is the presence of the four year old child in the backseat of the vehicle being driven by Mr. Castile. This child, whose mother Diamond Reynolds was in the front […]

The Curious Case of Philando Castile: A Trial Consultants Perspective

July 27, 2016 // Social Media // No Comments

The Curious Case of Philando Castile: A Trial Consultant’s Perspective   And so it begins again.  Come with me on a journey, winding through the curious case of Philando Castileviewed through the eyes of a Trial Consultant. How will this case meander its way through the court […]

Leveraging Social Media for Litigation Psychology

November 10, 2015 // Law, News and Views, Social Media // No Comments

November 10, 2015 By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and  Kemberlee Bonnet Social media is allowing researchers the chance to study human behavior in a new context, as users are freely revealing more and more information about themselves at both the individual […]

Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation: Part two

May 6, 2015 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet In our previous article we discussed Da’at, (Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation, March 12, 2015) which translates to “knowledge” and we discussed the importance of connecting knowledge […]

Applied Kabbalah: 10 sacred attributes to integrate into litigation – Part one: Knowledge

March 12, 2015 // Law // No Comments

  By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet The Kabbalah (קַבָּלָה‎) is an ancient, complex and respected Jewish study of how the universe and life work; it increases awareness and it is a way of connecting various aspects […]

Presenting to the jury: client’s delay in seeking treatment for damages

February 26, 2015 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet   It is not uncommon in personal injury cases for the injured individual to delay seeking medical treatment after an incident. Why is that?  The fact is that injured persons often […]

Are you de-selecting the wrong jurors?

March 6, 2014 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet When it comes to voir dire, attorneys have to de-select from the venire members they are “dealt.” It is similar to a game of Rummy. When your hand is dealt, you […]

Online focus groups: A technological solution to traditional focus group challenges

February 11, 2014 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet Until recently, traditional face-to-face focus groups have been the obvious and most widely used method in conducting research.  However, like anything else, face-to-face focus groups have their challenges. For example, traditional […]

Content Analysis and Demonstrative Aids

January 23, 2014 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D., Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet Demonstrative aids are a means to present specific elements of a case. One way to assess the effectiveness of your demonstrative aid is through content analysis of real-time mock juror responses. […]

Technology and public sentiment: How to create the most effective demonstrative aids

January 14, 2014 // Law // No Comments

By Amy Singer, Ph.D. and Diana Greninger and Kemberlee Bonnet   Technology has certainly made its advances in the courtroom over the past couple of years. Among other things, it provides a means for the retrieval and analysis of numerous […]