ATTITUDE: n. /at-i-tood/ Your position relative to a frame of reference.
Anais Nin said, “We don’t see things as they are. We see things as we are.” Fresh perspectives on a case must come from those untainted by the curse of knowledge. Average citizens can offer invaluable viewpoints formed with a simplicity that only comes from layman status.
COURSE n. /kors/ Your general line of orientation.
Useful mock deliberation is generated through careful presentation planning and experienced facilitation. As they say, “Garbage In. Garbage Out.” We have watched thousands of mock jurors deliberate and will provide you with solid recommendations based on innovative research design.
EFFECT: n. /if-fect/ A change or consequence of action.
Lawyers’ minds often think in legal terms. Juror minds often think in colloquial terms. Interestingly, arbitrators and mediators respond to the same simple narratives that jurors do. Winning cases utilize a hybrid language that is established through careful testing and inventive analysis. Your results will reverberate throughout every moment of negotiation, neutral presentation or trial.