Speak to the Person, Not the Gender, by Dr. Ken Broda-Bahm, Persuasive Litigator
Dr. Broda-Bahm nails it in this post about focusing on the attitudes and experiences of each person on the jury rather than gender. -CCE
We have already, in several posts (here, here, and here) developed the recommendation to not conduct jury selection based on gender or other demographic elements, so I won’t repeat that recommendation here. Instead, I want to focus on the ways advocates should adapt without overcompensating for perceived gender differences. So here are a few suggestions for increasing your odds of speaking and seeing beyond the demographic.