A jury consultant for well over a decade, Carolyn has consulted on over 250 cases throughout the country. As a socio-cultural anthropologist, she understands methods of communication, jury psychology, and group dynamics. She offers expertise in the areas of mock trial and focus group jury research, theme development, trial strategy, witness preparation, and voir dire and jury selection methodology. Carolyn is particularly skilled at designing jury research that helps clients gain strategic advantages early in the discovery process. Whether research involves testing potential witnesses in order to craft an effective company story, persuasively contextualizing damaging emails in advance of depositions, or developing an effective case theory to guide
discovery, Carolyn helps her clients leverage early insights. She holds a master’s degree in anthropology and is fluent in Russian.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Carolyn Spencer-Mork