The Jury Pool Today: How Generations Interact in the Jury Box
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May 14, 2021
Bucks County Bar Association
How can we motivate a group of disparate individuals – all of whom come to the jury box with their own distinct set of attitudes and beliefs that color their perceptions – to decide in favor of our clients? This discussion of the psychology of decision-making touches on the jury pool which now includes seventy-eight million baby boomers who now reached retirement age. Gen X and Millennial jurors are beginning to occupy positions of authority within their communities, each with an even more online and "wired" subculture. This speech is designed to educate lawyers about these realities and how they impact the psychology of jurors hearing a variety of cases.Expand summary
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