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Millennial Jurors Could Change Your Trial Strategy, Panel Says - Litigation News

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Posted on: May 3, 2017

Economic and cultural changes over the past decade have created a “profound shift” in the way that some Millennial jurors view trial evidence compared with their older peers, but it’s important not to judge a book by its cover, a panel of litigation experts sitting in Chicago said Thursday.

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