Jurors & Generation: Insights Into Boomers, Gen-Xers & Millennials
Wed., Feb. 22, 2017
2:00-3:14 PM ET
A CLE-eligible complimentary webinar
Join a seasoned expert on jury attitude and decision-making us for a discussion of how jurors reach their conclusions and how the generation in which they were born can affect how they perceive your case.
What We Will Cover
An introduction into the rationale behind the generational perspective.
The general tendencies of jurors of the three most prevalent generational cohorts:
Tips for tailoring your case for the seated jury.
Using social media to identify prospective juror biases.
Answers to your questions.
John Wilinski, M.A.
Wilinksi has assisted on numerous jury research projects for a wide variety of litigation including medical malpractice, product liability, commercial, intellectual property, employment and financial disputes. His education and consulting experience have endowed him with a broad range of research skills from jurors’ attitudes and decision-making processes to content analysis and interviewing techniques. He brings with him experience in the diverse fields of education, broadcasting and media sales. Education: M.A., Communication Studies, University of Kansas; B.A., Radio and Television, Purdue University.