Leslie O’Neill is an Associate at DOAR. Given her education in social sciences and training in communication and design, Leslie is a key contributor to clients throughout the litigation process. She develops questionnaires and scripts for pre-trial research activities, investigates unique juror profiles, analyzes research findings, and more.
As litigation approaches, Leslie provides a wide range of on- and off-site support, including the planning, management and facilitation of Internet juror searching, war room staffing, and evidence preparation and presentation. Leslie also assists clients with the conceptualization and development of graphics for trials, hearings, arbitrations, and other legal proceedings. Her varied experience has brought her to all corners of the country and allows her to provide valuable, strategic insights to clients.
Prior to joining DOAR, Leslie interned as a research assistant at a university research lab, where she worked on psychological interventions for girls in the juvenile justice system. She has training in qualitative and quantitative research methods, data analysis, and graphics and trial software. Leslie received her B.A. in psychology, cum laude, from New York University.