New Science of Trial Advocacy: Strategies for Surprising, Disarming, and Persuading Modern Jurors
Embracing a Paradigm Shift in Jury Psychology; Mastering the "Waiter Pivot"
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will discuss an alternative approach to trial advocacy that embraces a paradigm shift in jury psychology and teaches attorneys how to surprise, disarm, and persuade modern jurors.
- Attorney-centric approaches to trial and why they are outdated
- Juror-centric psychology
- Mastering the waiter pivot
The panelist will discuss these and other key issues:
- What most annoys jurors about the way attorneys present evidence?
- How can "serving the jury" result in a better trial outcome?
- What are the most significant misunderstandings about juror psychology?
John Jerry Glas
Chair, Civil Litigation Department
Mr. Glas has tried more than seventy jury trials to verdict, and his practice includes significant experience handling... | Read More
Mr. Glas has tried more than seventy jury trials to verdict, and his practice includes significant experience handling traumatic brain injury cases and jury trials. He also is an Adjunct Professor at Loyola University Law School, where he has taught a Trial Practice core curriculum class every spring semester since 2009.Close