DOAR relocates its headquarters to NYC.
Employing sound research methods to
develop winning trial strategies.
Constantly in search of the best litigation
consulting talent across the country.
Our name is a Hebrew word that translates to post office or, more loosely, delivering messages
which is at the heart of what we do.
Connecting the world’s best experts
with the world’s best lawyers.
Trial Strategy Consulting
Jury Selection
Focus Groups & Mock Trials
Trial Graphics
Witness Preparation
Trial Presentation & Technology
Expert Witness Consulting
Communicating complex information to jurors, judges, arbitrators and other decision-makers is the foundation of DOAR and has been for over 25 years.

We challenge prominent law firms and corporations to think differently about how to approach their ultimate triers of fact. We help to develop strategies in high stakes litigation across the country and abroad. Our consulting teams are comprised of passionate, experienced, and dedicated individuals who have supported some of the most notable cases with the top trial lawyers in the country. We thrive in fast paced, high-profile, complex matters relating to regulatory, civil and criminal disputes and have done so for more than a quarter of a century.

We provide surveys, focus groups, mock trials, witness preparation, juror and arbitrator selection, graphics consulting and design, and trial presentation. By combining sound research methodologies with cutting edge technologies, DOAR sets the bar that others strive to reach.

Eyewitness Testimony
Do Instructions Actually Help Jurors Evaluate Eyewitness Testimony?

Do Instructions Actually Help Jurors Evaluate Eyewitness Testimony?

Mistaken eyewitness identifications are a leading cause of wrongful convictions.  Even...

Whistleblower Litigation Research
Whistleblower Litigation Research

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Jurors Tweeting During Trial
Tweeting: A Hard Habit For Jurors To Break

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