Jocelyn V. Cinquino, J.D., M.A.
Ms. Cinquino holds a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School in Boston and a M.A. in forensic psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York. She also received a B.A. in political science from Elmira College in New York. Ms. Cinquino is admitted to the Massachusetts State Bar and is a member of the American Bar Association-Litigation Division.
Her expertise in forensic psychology and law has been applied to a broad range of civil and criminal cases throughout the country. She has regularly been involved in high-profile litigation and has extensive consulting experience involving commercial, securities, antitrust, insurance, products liability, employment, maritime, intellectual property, medical malpractice, white collar criminal and capital punishment matters, among others. Her work includes a specialization in complex jury research design and analysis, case development and advanced trial preparation including witness communication training, voir dire consultation and jury selection strategy. Ms. Cinquino has enjoyed sharing her experience in jury consulting on a number of pro bono matters as well.
Ms. Cinquino is a national resource for speaking engagements and training sessions on jury-related issues. She has presented numerous courses throughout the country on topics covering witness preparation techniques, trial strategies, the psychology of persuasion and on current event issues, including the impact of the financial downturn on jurors’ decision-making processes. She has authored and has contributed to several articles featured in both regional and national publications.