Natalie Gordon, Ph.D., is a Consultant at DOAR. She conducts jury research and provides strategic analysis for clients in support of civil and criminal cases. Natalie has contributed to matters such as U.S. v. Middendorf, U.S. v. Kaufman, Tinder v. Match, and Ambac v. Countrywide.
Natalie holds a Ph.D. in psychology and law from John Jay University. Her dissertation focused on research regarding the ability of jurors to accurately report when their decision-making is affected by pretrial publicity about a case. Additionally, Natalie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and philosophy from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Colorado. She is also an adjunct professor at John Jay University.