Professor of business law Franklin Strier has a chapter on “Reform Proposals” in the forthcoming book, “The Handbook
of Trial Consulting,” which will be released by Springer next month. The volume examines trial consulting as a form
of applied psychology. In the chapter he wrote, Strier examines issues such as the effectiveness of trial consultants,
the assurance of an impartial jury, and public perception of trial jury legitimacy under the influence of a trial consultant.