Dr. Alexandra Mosser is an FLC jury consultant. Dr. Mosser’s primary practice area is civil litigation with an emphasis on complex commercial litigation. Dr. Mosser has helped to facilitate dozens of pre-trial research projects for both plaintiffs and defendants in federal and state court cases across the country. Dr. Mosser has also assisted with jury selection and managed shadow juries. Dr. Mosser specializes in quantitative jury research analyses, including, but not limited, to statistical juror profiling.
Dr. Mosser obtained her Ph.D. and M.S. in Legal Psychology from Florida International University, conducting research on eyewitness memory, investigative interviewing, and legal actors’ decision making. As part of her time at FIU, Dr. Mosser worked with over 200 federal and local law enforcement officers to examine the efficacy of training on the cognitive interview. Dr. Mosser also researched the effects of ego-depletion on cognition. Previously, Dr. Mosser graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a dual degree in Sociology and Psychology.
Prior to working with Focus Litigation Consulting, LLC, Dr. Mosser pursued a post-doctoral fellowship in the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit 2, which investigates cyber crimes. Dr. Mosser also conducts research development and strategy for the Office of the Vice Provost for Research at the University of Miami. Dr. Mosser has been published in Forensic Science, Memory, and the Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, and has presented her research at numerous legal psychology conferences, including the American Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Symposium.