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The Litigation Psychology Podcast - Episode 2


The Litigation Psychology Podcast - Inaugural episode


Earn CLE and gain insights


Myth #3: Litigation research is only for high exposure cases

Steve Wood, Ph.D. - Litigation Psychology
February 2020 — 1877 views Exploratory research Litigation psychology Research Trial consulting Witness training


The value of science in litigation consulting


Myth #1: We don't need a mock; we don't go to trial that often

Steve Wood, Ph.D. - Litigation Psychology
January 2020 — 1865 views Confirmatory research Litigation psychology Mock trials Research Trial consulting


The critical importance of witness testimony

CSI - Courtroom Sciences Inc
January 2020 — 2250 views Depositions Litigation psychology Research Trial consulting Witness training


The impact of political affiliation on jurors' verdicts

CSI - Courtroom Sciences Inc
December 2019 — 2868 views Jurors Jury consulting Litigation psychology Mock trials Research Trial consulting


Understanding the litigation consulting industry


The importance of attorney credibility

Steve Wood, Ph.D. - CSI Litigation Psychology
November 2019 — 2450 views Jurors Litigation psychology Presentations Research Trial consulting


The most important non-legal tactical measure you can take in your case:

George R. Speckart, Ph.D. - Litigation Psychology
October 2019 — 2717 views Communications Depositions Jurors Litigation psychology Research Witness training


Understanding the different types of litigation research


A Tale of Two Mock Trials: The Importance of Realistic Simulation

CSI - Courtroom Sciences Inc
December 2018 — 2922 views Confirmatory research Litigation psychology Mock trials Research Scientific method Trial consulting


Audio-Visual Nightmares at Trial: How to Avoid Losing Your Audience

CSI - Courtroom Sciences Inc
September 2018 — 2813 views Communications Litigation psychology Mock trials Presentations Trial consulting