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Trials in the 21st century: Communicating with millennial jurors

It is important to take into account generational differences and shifting demographics in framing the client’s message

The Millennial generation represents an increasingly important segment of jury pools. They bring to the courtroom attitudes, beliefs and communication styles that are distinctly different from their Generation X siblings and Baby Boomer parents. In-house counsel and outside trial counsel should frame their messages and adjust their trial strategies and tactics to engage and communicate more effectively with this new generation of jurors to deliver winning verdicts at trial.

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LeeAnn Jones

LeeAnn Jones is a member of Taylor English Duma’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice. She is a trial lawyer with more than 25 years experience...

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Amy Burton Loggins

Amy Burton Loggins is a member of Taylor English Duma’s Employment, Labor & Immigration practice. She has a broad-based range of experience handling everything from...

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Stephanie Ford Capezzuto

Stephanie Ford Capezzuto is a member of Taylor English Duma’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice. She has extensive experience in premises liability and personal injury...

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