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Who Gets the Pet in a Divorce?

Published on the National Business Institute Continuing Legal Education (CLE) website as an installment in Michael Kaiser's Animal-Law blog. http://cleblog.nbi-sems.com/2012/02/who-gets-the-pet-in-a-divorce/...more

Addressing Anti-Muslim Bias in the Courtroom

Information on prevalence of anti-Muslim bias and strategies to minimize this bias in court presented by two experienced trial consultants. ...more

Identifying the Authoritarian Juror

How to identify authoritarian jurors. What the literature says that can aid you in selecting or de-selecting these jurors based on the facts of your case. ...more

The ethics of racial profiling

Should attorneys decry racial profiling by police officers and yet use it in jury selection? A British philosopher inquires and experienced trial consultants offer their thoughts. ...more

Obstacles to Maintaining Jury Diversity

Obstacles to and benefits of maintaining racial diversity on juries for better decision-making. ...more

Preparation of Narcissistic Witnesses

Three experienced ASTC-member trial consultants provide practical strategies for preparing the narcissistic witness. This article is one of many available free online from The Jury Expert (the publication of the American...more

Using principles of persuasion in the courtroom

An overview of the principles of persuasion and how to use them in the courtroom with reactions from three experienced ASTC-member trial consultants. This article is one of many available free online from The Jury Expert (the...more

Solution-Focused Mediation in Litigation

This article presents strategies and ideas on how to use a solution-focused approach to mediation in a litigation context. Three experienced ASTC-member trial consultants offer their reactions. This article is one of many...more

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