Normative beliefs are an individual’s beliefs that they hold closely to their core principles, and therefore believe to be the norm. Everyone projects their normative beliefs onto those around them, such as setting expectations for family and friends based on their own ideas. In a legal setting, normative beliefs can be a major influence on the outcome of a case.
To help legal professionals understand normative beliefs and how they can be tested and used in a legal case, Attorney Jason Taylor of The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor will soon cohost two focus groups. He will be joined by his good friend and colleague, Attorney William Goldfarb from Monroe, North Carolina. By the end of the focus groups, attendees should have a clearer idea of normative believes, how they can influence the interpretation of evidence, and so forth. The purpose of the exercise is to learn how to frame a case in a way that gives you and your client the best chance for success.
Important information about the focus groups:
- Date: Friday, October 5th, 2018
- Time: 9:00 AM to 3:45 PM
- Where: North Carolina Advocates for Justice Headquarters
- Address: 1312 Annapolis Drive, Raleigh, NC 27608
- Note: To attend, you must contact North Carolina Advocates for Justice: NCAJ
For more information about attendance and the event, please feel free to call our North Carolina personal injury law firm at (800) 351-3008. We look forward to seeing you there!