Roy Futterman, Ph.D. is a Director at DOAR, where he advises clients on some of the country’s largest and most complex litigation. Roy has extensive experience providing strategic analysis and trial recommendations for civil and criminal cases, as well as selecting juries in federal and state courts.
As a clinical psychologist, Roy strives toward greater integration of psychological theory and technique into trial consulting. He leverages his clinical skills to prepare individual witnesses for trial and to explore and understand the behaviors of both mock and actual jurors. He has worked with attorneys to develop persuasive legal strategies for a wide variety of civil and criminal cases involving securities fraud, intellectual property, class actions, employment, contracts, and more.
Roy has been published on topics related to strategic jury selection and psychologically based witness preparation techniques, among others. As an expert on juries, he has also been interviewed and quoted in media such as CNN, ABC, NBC, The New York Times, Fortune, Bloomberg, and Law360.
Roy holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the Derner Institute at Adelphi University and a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcasting and film from Boston University.