Spotting the issues in the trial case and generating lines of questioning to explore potential jurors’ attitudes is a skill that requires both training and practice. JuryStar will prepare law students to conduct modern voir dire for the paperless courthouses of the future.
After the release of JuryStar version 2.0, which was a complete rebuild of the app, we re-released our original JuryStar tool as JuryStar Law Student. JuryStar Law Student is currently free on the App Store until Valentine’s Day.
From a JuryStar client:
I am a trial lawyer practicing in the Washington, DC Superior Court. We deal with a large volume of jury trials. JuryStar is excellent for its ability to save various trials along with recorded strikes of the parties and court, in addition to the abbreviated ratings of each juror.” -Charles Allen, Esq.
You may also like to know our more feature-rich JuryStar is available on the App Store for $9.99 through Valentine’s Day.
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