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Thinking Fast and Slow: How Jurors Evaluate and Decide Cases

It is widely accepted that going to trial is inherently risky. Attorneys and clients are faced with uncertainty, ambiguity, and variability in determining the likely outcome of a case if it proceeds to trial. There are many aspects of a case that are unpredictable – which witnesses will be believed, which arguments will resonate, and the amount of damages that may potentially be awarded. By understanding the jurors’ decision-making process, the seminar will offer recommendations for developing successful trial strategies.

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