Attorneys preparing for litigation draw on the data analytics and statistical models prepared by Katerina to provide deeper insights into the attitudes of jury-eligible individuals.
Katerina plays an active role in designing and conducting research into the motivations and attitudes of potential jurors. She manages the collection and analysis of data from surveys, mock trials, and social media research to gather information from individuals across the country. Katerina’s background in statistics results in deeper insights for case strategy development.
Katerina is a vital resource to attorney teams preparing for litigation. Her combination of experience and training with multiple research methods gives our consultants a competitive advantage that translates to enhanced insights during trial preparations. In addition to data analysis for clients, Katerina contributes to client alerts and articles on The Persuasive Litigator blog.
Missouri State University, M.S., Psychology, 2017
Graduate Certificate in Statistics and Research Design
Missouri State University, B.S. Psychology, 2015
magna cum laude
"From Courtroom to Zoom Room: Online Persuasion", Persuasion Strategies Alert, (April, 2020), Katerina Oberdieck, Ken Broda-Bahm, Shelley C. Spiecker, Kevin Boully