How Jurors Make Decisions
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The aim of this "How Do Jurors Make Decisions" course is to help fellow trial lawyers understand the role and importance of behavioral science in jury selection and to understand the real force behind a juror’s decision-making process. Award-winning trial lawyer, Robert Eglet, will explain how neuroscience can affect jury selection and how to use it to develop a winning voir dire strategy.
During his nearly three decades of experience, Robert Eglet has developed a unique and successful strategy for jury selection which has earned him a 97% success rate in jury trials and this is the basis for the course. It’s centered around the use of behavioral science and the struggle between the conscious and unconscious mind. Mr. Eglet strongly believes as a trial lawyer, if you’re not using the principles of behavioral science, you’re already behind your competition.
Who this course is for:
- This course was designed for trial lawyers and other trial support team members, therefore the optimal student for a course like is an active trial lawyer or trial support team member in a trial law firm no matter what experience level, this course is good for the new lawyer to the advanced, very seasoned trial lawyer. This course is also beneficial for a law student studying trial advocacy or considering a career in trial law. What this course aims to do is to help you integrate neuro- and behavioral science into your voir dire and jury selection to achieve the best outcomes in trial.
Robert Eglet has tried more than 120 civil jury trials to verdict including some of the largest personal injury verdicts in the country in 2007, 2010, 2011 and 2013. Robert was named National Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2013 by the National Trial Lawyers Association and National Lawyer of the Year in 2010 by Lawyers USA. Robert has been honored twice by the Nevada Justice Association as Trial Lawyer of the Year (2005 & 2012) and in 2013 Robert received the National Thurgood Marshall Fighting for Justice Award. The National Law Journal has named Robert’s firm as one the 12 best Plaintiff’s law firms in the country and one of the 50 best trial firms in America. Robert lectures regularly on trial practice and innovation in the courtroom.