Dr. Singer has written numerous professional articles on litigation research, trial consulting, trial presentation, voir dire, jury focus groups, witness preparations, case analysis and related topics.
These articles have been published in leading legal and trial magazines, including Trial, Trial Lawyers Quarterly, The Practical Litigator, Trial Diplomacy Journal, Leader's Product Liability, Law Office Economics & Management, Wiley Expert Witness Update, The Law Works, and many others. She also authored The Psychologist and the Jury, Matthew Bender Publishers.
With attorney Pat Maloney, Singer is the coauthor of the three-volume
Trials and Deliberations: Inside the Jury Room
a compilation of transcriptions and analyses of mock jurors' real-life discussions concerning every conceivable trial proceeding, including numerous practice areas of Civil, Criminal and Commercial law.
Detailed insights into the jury's decision-making process, providing results obtained from thousands of mock trials, practical recommendations, and expert commentaries. Offers techniques and strategies for presenting your case in a way that will allow a jury to return a favorable verdict. Includes juror's perceptions of important issues, and actual juror conversations on cases similar to your own. Covers specific questions, juror personality types, and the use of visual aids. Examines recommended direct and cross-examination, convincing opening statements, closing arguments, and verdict prediction. Detailed section titles discuss: Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Commercial, Criminal, Governmental, Products Liability, and Torts.
The book was the first of its kind to provide actual juror deliberations regarding virtually every cause and/or action for civil trial disputes, as well as professional commentary interpreting the significance of the case-by-case deliberations. Shepards/McGraw-Hill published the book in 1992. It is presently published by West Law.
Trials and Deliberations: Inside the Jury Room
by Amy Singer and Pat Maloney, Sr.
Consult Trials and Deliberations: Inside the Jury Room for useful insights into the jury's decision-making process. This virtual library contains pertinent litigation psychology material.
Mock trials can provide valuable information about how a particular type of jury will resolve a specific issue or an entire case. Unfortunately, most cases cannot bear the expense of original research. Now Trials and Deliberations: Inside the Jury Room lets you draw upon invaluable results obtained in literally thousands of mock trials conducted by Trial Consultants, Inc.®
Additionally, Singer has been a contributing author to the Wiley Expert Witness Update, published by Wiley Law Publication.
Refer to Wiley Law Publications for numerous articles on the many aspects of jury selection, deselection and trial preparation written by Amy Singer, Ph.D., President of Trial Consultants, Inc.® Dr. Singer is a contributing author to the Wiley Expert Witness Update.
In addition to her many bylined articles and books, Singer and/or her professional practice have been cited in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Psychology Today, Ladies' Home Journal, The Boston Globe, The Miami Herald, Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, Orlando Business Journal, St. Petersburg Times, Los Angeles Daily Journal, San Francisco Daily Journal, The American Lawyer, The Miami Daily Business Review, and Lawyers Weekly USA.
Other Valuable Articles by Amy Singer, Ph.D.
A Guide to Preparing Your Expert Witness for Direct Examination
Trial Strategy Using Social Media Analytics
The Best Jury Research Format to Test Trial Themes - A version of this article first appeared in the October 1994 edition of TRIAL.
Challenging Jurors for Cause
Cuing Positive Memory Recall With Jurors - A version of this article first appeared in the October 1994 edition of TRIAL.
Dealing With Biased Jurors During Voir Dire- A version of this article first appeared in the April 1996 edition of TRIAL.
De-programming Jurors During Voir Dire- A version of this article first =
appeared in the April 1996 edition of TRIAL.
Don't Make Voir Dire So Difficult- A version of this article will appear in The Advocate.
Exploding the Myths
Getting Jurors to Deliberate in Front of You - A version of this article first appeared in the May 22, 1995 edition of Lawyers Weekly USA.
High Tech Advances in Litigation Research
Intellectual Property Cases
Jury Focus Groups
Jury Persuasion in Products Liability Pt. 1
Jury Persuasion in Products Liability Pt. 2
Jury-Validated Trial Themes- A version of this article first appeared in the October 1994 edition of TRIAL.
Jury Verdict Award Amounts
Litigation Intelligence Surveys-Products Liability
Litigation Intelligence Surveys:Invaluable Strategic Case Mapping & Settlement Tool - A version of this article will appear in The Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers Journal.
Litigation Intelligence Surveys-Case Mapping
Post Verdict Interviews
Positive Feelings with Jurors
Professionally Prepared for Witness Prep
Reading The Jury - Defense
Reading The Jury - Plaintiff
Severely Challenged Plaintiff
Singerian Litigation Psychology
Successfully Settling the Case Through Surveys- A version of this article will appear in TRIAL.
Ten Common Mistakes
Trial Consulting for the Smaller Practitioner - A version of this article first appeared in the January 15, 1996 edition of The Florida Bar News.
Trial Consulting- A version of this article will appear in The Journal of Legal Nurse Consulting.
Using Psychology to Win in Court- A version of this article will appear in Trial Diplomacy Journal.
Voir Dire in Employment Law Cases
Witness Prep-Intellectual Property Cases Pt. 1
Witness Prep-Intellectual Property Cases Pt. 2
Women Attorneys at Disadvantage
Preparing the Child to Testify in Civil Actions- A version of this article first appeared in TRIAL.
9 Questions for Valid Voir Dire- A version of this article first appeared in a summer 2000 edition of the American Bar Association's "TortSource"
Picking a Jury in a Civil Case in Ohio- A version of this article first appeared in Ohio Trial.
Trial Strategy Using Social Media Analytics: Not Just for High Publicity Cases!