JurorSearch CEO Dan Johnson caught a peek at tweet by Attorney Michael A. Haber that was demonstrating how Haber sets up for voir dire.
For Release March 18, 2022 Contact: Dan Johnson – 312.933.4890 CHICAGO – JurorSearch has been selected for inclusion into the the market-leading buyers’ tool for legal technology: Reynen Court. Reynen Court is supported by a consortium of twenty of the largest international law firms to provide curated legal technology vendors to their members. “Large law […]
We’ve been recognized as a startup to watch by the American Bar Associaiton! As part of their 2022 Techshow they recognize a cohort of new legal tech companies for their Startup Alley. JurorSearc made it into the first round. There are 26 companies. It s a voting contest to make it to the next round […]
Persuasive Litigator tested out JurorSearch during a mock voir dire they conducted. “As the two doing the questioning, we both felt a fresh appreciation of the demands on the attorney conducting the questioning. The person in that role has to work hard to maintain a connection with potential jurors, something they likely cannot do well […]
Thanks to Dan Jaffe of LawLytics for a fun conversation about legal technology, jury trials, the pain of paper-based jury selection and how an interest in government and politics led to a career in software development. The video version of the talk is here Here is the lightly edited transcript (all errors are mine) A Conversation with Dan Johnson, Co-Founder […]
Jury consultants and trial attorneys are nice We started JurorSearch with a big idea: let’s give trial attorneys and their consultants all the information about potential jurors that political campaigns regularly use about potential voters. We built a product. Licensed some data. It worked! And when we showed our customers — public defenders and prosecutors, […]