A juror is more than their zip code

  Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of 1875 to eliminate racial discrimination in jury selection. People of color continue to be excluded from jury service because of their race, especially in serious criminal trials and death penalty cases. In the state of California however, we are seeing a steady increase in minority representation in … Continue reading

Is the impression you are making in court the right one?

It is not a secret that prior to my career in law I was a professional ballet dancer. I have been involved in the dance/entertainment community for many years and still do occasional volunteer work.  As a jury consultant, my work in jury selection is increasing, and I can’t help but find the analogy of … Continue reading

Sticks and Drones

Two conductors on the beat

The Litigation Consulting Report

Issues of Justice, Strategy and Equity w/ M. Ramos-Burkhart


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