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INDIANAPOLIS, JANUARY 30, 2004 — Barnes & Thornburg clients have benefited for years from the firm’s ability to offer scientific jury research as part of trial preparation. The firm is now marketing its jury research and advocacy analysis service, called ThemeVision, to other law firms throughout the U.S.   “Increasingly, lawyers from other firms have … more »
Stolle, D. P. (October 2003).  A trial consultant’s view of jury research:  What you don’t learn in graduate school.  Invited address to the students and faculty of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Law & Psychology Program, Lincoln, Nebraska.
On September 16, 2003, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit decided In Re: Cendant Corporation Securities Litigation, 2003 U.S. App. LEXIS 19176. At issue in the case was whether the work product of a non-testifying trial consultant was privileged. The trial consultant whose work product was at issue was Dr. Phillip C. McGraw … more »
Stolle, D. P., Devine, D. J., & Joliet, A. H. (July 2003).  Watching mock jurors deliberate:  The impact of observation on deliberations.  Poster presented at the 2003 International Conference on Psychology and Law, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Stolle, D. P. & Devine, D. J. (June 2003).  Do they know we are watching:  Demand characteristics in jury simulation research.  Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Trial Consultants, Reno, Nevada.  Abstract reprinted in, Court Call, Vol. 19 (2003), available at 
Dr. Dennis P. Stolle and partner Mark Stuaan published an article in the Western Criminology Review, which is a peer-reviewed criminal justice journal published by the Western Society of Criminology. The article, titled “Defending Depositions in High-Stakes Civil and Quasi-Criminal Litigation: An Application of Therapeutic Jurisprudence,” is written for a criminal justice audience and analyzes … more »