Communicating with Millennial Jurors

Production Date: September 23, 2017 Practice Areas: Litigation Estimated Length: 4508 minutes


$ 89 Litigation In Stock
Seasoned trial attorney Justin Blitz examines the ins and outs of effective communications with contemporary jurors. He identifies ways to use demonstrative evidence and technology during trial, the pitfalls of social media, preparing your opening and direct examinations, and the benefits of advocating with language relatable to the modern juror. Mr. Blitz also highlights the advantages of approaching the case as if it were squeezed into a limited focus inquiry, along with various tactics for finding the plaintiff’s story and getting its message across to the jury compellingly.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Enhance your listening skills to better discover a client’s story
  2. Identify the pitfalls of social media
  3. Cultivate the use of language relatable to the modern juror
  4. Develop themes in opening statements and throughout the trial
  5. Fine-tune cross-examination skills and the use of demonstrative evidence for maximum effect on millennial jurors

This course originally appeared as a part of our September 2017 Bridge the Gap Event. 

Arthur M.
Malibu, CA

Outstanding. Thouroughly enjoyed this talk.

daniel c.
Westport, CT

Good tips, even for experienced attorneys

Thomas P C.
Meriden, CT

This was an excellent presentation that all trial lawyers should watch.

Katherine A.
Forest Grove, OR

A class designed to help you get your story across to a jury told by an excellent story teller.