Trisha Volpe co-authored an article for the Attorney At Law Magazine. The article, “Women Attorneys in the News: Unique Project Paves the Way From Court to Quotable,” talks about the Minnesota Women Lawyers Media Resource List and the communication training program she helped develop.
Trisha Volpe authored the article “Cut the Bull! Media Portrayals of Social Science in the Law” for the Winter 2017 issue of American Psychology Law Society.
Stolle, D. P. & Orlowski, A. P. (February 2016). Preventing your agreed protective order from interfering with jury research. National Law Review.
Stolle, D. P. (February 2015). The psychology of e-signatures: Implications for jury trials and client counseling. National Law Review.
Stolle, D. P. & Studebaker, C. A. (2011). Trial consulting and conflicts of interest: An introduction. In Wiener, R. L. & Bornstein, B. H. Handbook of trial consulting, Springer.
McErlean, W. M., Stolle, D. P., & Brownewell Smith, M. R. (2010). The evolution of witness preparation. Litigation, 37, 21-26.
Devine, D. J., Buddenhaum, J., Houp, S., Studebaker, N. & Stolle, D. P. (2009). Strength of evidence, extraevidentiary influence, and the liberation hypothesis: Data from the field. Law and Human Behavior, 33, 136-148.
Stolle, D. P. (2008). Five principles for ensuring the effective use of focus groups and mock trials. FDCC Quarterly, 58, 241-264.
Devine, D. J., Buddenbaum, J., Houp, S., Stolle, D. P. & Studebaker, N. (2007). Deliberation quality: A preliminary examination in criminal juries. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 4, 273 – 303.
Stolle, D. P. & Studebaker, C. (November 2005). Using jury research to help overcome the challenges of common-sense causation. Product Liability Law & Strategy, 24, 1.