The nation’s leading litigators rely on Clint Townson, Strategy Consultant, to meticulously design and execute mock trials, focus groups, and community attitude surveys that yield reliable data to guide the development of their high-stakes cases. His background in communication informs theoretically grounded strategic recommendations that have helped attorneys in Am Law 200 firms achieve winning case outcomes. Clint’s graduate education and experience utilizing a variety of the world’s most advanced research methods and statistical analysis techniques have equipped him to develop sophisticated research approaches at IMS that are unmatched by any other company in the industry. In addition to performing jury research, Clint is an expert at preparing witnesses to deliver effective testimony for both in-person and online legal proceedings.
Clint is an IMS thought leader who has written articles on subjects including witness evaluation techniques, the benefits of performing community attitude surveys, and the ways in which COVID-19 and politics have impacted juror decision-making processes. His articles have been published in the National Law Review, The National Law Journal, and Texas Lawyer.
Clint has also presented at several academic and professional conferences on the subjects of juror information processing, the anchoring effect as it applies to damage awards, and the ways in which juror forepersons impact other jurors’ decision-making.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Clint Townson, Ph.D.