Kelsey Clark, M.A. has been involved in trial consulting since graduate school. She received her M.A. in forensic and legal psychology from Marymount University in 2022 after graduating summa cum lade from Virginia Tech with a B.S. in psychology. Her main academic research areas included jury decision making and socio-normative decision making.
Since beginning her career in the field, she has been involved in many different aspects of designing and conducting jury research studies and focus groups. She contracted with many different trial consulting firms before finding a home at Taylor Trial Consulting.
Kelsey focuses on research coordination and data analysis, while expanding her understanding of trial consulting. She has worked on cases involving antitrust, construction, contracts, education, employment/discrimination, intellectual property, personal injury, product liability, professional liability, legal/medical malpractice, and Title IX.
I joined Taylor Trial Consulting to help client’s projects run smoothly. I pride myself on my ability to quickly problem-solve in real time as well as anticipate issues and address them before they arise. I analyze and organize the data to help you understand juror perspectives and use them to your advantage.