Morgan Andrews earned her Master’s degree in Research Psychology with a concentration in Psychology and Law, focusing on juveniles in the justice system. She has conducted studies on juror perceptions of juvenile false confessions, police questioning, and child witness credibility, in addition to research in the areas of eyewitness identification and the treatment of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the legal system.
While pursuing her degree, Morgan also taught courses in research methodology, social psychology, psychology and the law, and general psychology. Through her training, Morgan has become highly skilled in survey construction, data interpretation, and statistical analysis.
Morgan has consulted on several criminal and civil cases in areas including homicide, child sexual abuse, intellectual property, employment law, and contracts. She has experience conducting mock trials, developing trial strategy, selecting juries, and conducting post-trial juror interviews.