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Communicating to Jurors Across the Ideological Divide

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$99 for Guest Group
$79 for WILG Members & Staff

75 minutes
Date Published

April 23, 2019


Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group


Persuasion, Trial Techniques


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Each of us builds our sense of right and wrong based on our own ideological point-of-view. Which means we have a hard time understanding how jurors with a different point-of-view than our own come to a different conclusion about a “just” outcome. This session will show how you can apply Moral Foundation Theory to the development of your case in order to better understand and communicate with jurors across the ideological spectrum.

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Ed Lazarus

Ed Lazarus is a partner in the trial strategy firm Winning Works, co-author of Winning Case Prep-aration (Trial Guides,... Read More

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This program contains the following components:

Communicating to Jurors Across the Ideological Divide
Communicating to Jurors Across the Ideological Divide - Paper
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This program has not been submitted for credit in any jurisdiction. Registrants will receive a Certificate of Attendance/Completion that may or may not meet credit requirements in various jurisdictions.

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