Jury Persuasion: Strategies for Persuading Jurors

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 58 minutes
Recorded Date: September 13, 2017
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2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Voir Dire methodology and technology
  • Social media revolution
  • Jury Consulting
  • How jurors process information
  • Jury research
Runtime: 58 minutes
Recorded: September 13, 2017


Jurors are often overwhelmed with the amount and complexity of information presented to them at trial. Based on the presenter's experience--having worked on hundreds of jury cases throughout the United States--he will offer insights into jury psychology and the key issues that determine how jurors make verdict determinations. The presentation will also include research on how jurors determine damages, recommendations for effectively communicating difficult concepts and persuading a lay jury.

This program was recorded on September 13th, 2017.

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New York Law Journal


Ross Suter

Litigation Consultant
Magna Legal Services

Ross Suter is a Litigation Consultant at Magna Legal Services. After practicing as a litigator in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for several years, he turned his attention to litigation consulting services where he has been involved in the development of graphics and trial presentation strategies. His work includes partnering with members of the trial team to develop themes and case strategies that persuade juries, judges and arbitration panels.

Mr. Suter has personally tried and consulted on cases in a wide variety of practice areas from intellectual property to commercial litigation to mass tort matters to name a few. He has experience working with both AMLAW 200 firms, as well as, small litigation and boutique law firms.

He is a frequent presenter of Continuing Legal Education seminars at law firms, law schools and legal associations on the use of litigation strategy, graphics and trial presentation solutions to maximize results in adversarial proceedings.

Mr. Suter received his Juris Doctorate from Widener University School of Law, a Master of Science from Villanova University and a Bachelor of Arts from McDaniel College. Licensed attorney in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

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