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What will jurors think about your case?

Imagine knowing the strengths and weaknesses of your case well before you enter the courtroom. Imagine knowing ahead of time how jurors will react to your facts, your witnesses, and your presentation style. With Trial Science you will! Trial Science provides you with the profession’s most sophisticated trial preparation tools.

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What our clients are saying about us.


I just want to thank you again for your invaluable assistance before and during the trial of this important case. Your advice was right on the mark time and again. Bar none, you’re the best trial consultant I’ve ever seen.
- Paul Yetter / Yetter Coleman / Houston, TX


In my experience, whoever hires Trial Science first – and follows their advice – will win the jury trial. It’s just that simple.
- G. David Robertson / Robertson, Johnson, Miller, Williamson / Reno, NV


The unique and enormous benefit of Dan’s terrific CLE program is that it presents a comprehensive, systematic and scientific approach to focus groups, mock trials, and jury selection. I have not attended a similar program that put all the pieces of the puzzle together in such an understandable way.
- Jarome E. Gautreaux / Gautreaux, Adams & Sizemore, LLC / Macon, GA


I am grateful to Dan Dugan and Trial Science for making me the trial lawyer I am today. Dan’s workshop and follow-up coaching on a trade secrets case helped me to integrate the best aspects of story-telling and advocacy into a compelling jury trial. The results speak volumes. Thanks, Dan!
- James Wagner / Conn Kavanaugh / Boston, MA
  • From Point A to Point B

    “To be or not to be . . .”

    When Shakespeare gave Hamlet his difficult soliloquy, he allowed some people to step back and view the play as a story of existential angst, while he left open the possibility that some would still ju...

    30 Jul 2015
  • storm

    May your theme be remembered

    “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.”   This is rated as one of the top 10 most memorable lines in movie history. Why do we remember this line? More importa...

    30 Jul 2015
  • Walk a mile

    Overcoming perfect hindsight

    Trials take place because, at some point in the past, the parties each made some sort of decision that altered the “usual” flow of life. A conflict was created by these divergent decisions. A ju...

    07 Nov 2014