Madeline has a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology. Her scientific background affords a considerable understanding of the complex scientific issues that are central in many types of litigation. She brings clarity to these technical subjects as she assists counsel in identifying relevant scientific themes and selecting strategies to best defend their cases. Madeline is often called upon for difficult cases that depend on presenting and attacking expert testimony. She has helped prepare counsel in a wide array of matters, from simple personal injury to complex multi-party civil litigation. She has consulted with attorneys from varying civil practices, including mass torts, product liability, employment, banking and finance, and medical malpractice to assist in
building a compelling story,
identifying and preparing the most effective witnesses,
identifying and developing the most convincing themes,
establishing the best order and context of the evidence,
evaluating case risks,
preparing expert witnesses to testify.
Before becoming a litigation consultant, Madeline worked in the fields of market research, software usability design and testing, and assessment and evaluation of occupational health and safety training programs. She has a strong background in experimental design and methodology with experience in quantitative and qualitative data analysis.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Madeline Campbell