This Week at AJC


The AJC theory of service consists of three components: trust, dedication, and passion. Trust is the confidence our clients have in us and their reliance on our fairness, truthfulness, honor and ability. Dedication is the commitment we demonstrate to establishing and maintaining permanence in our relationships. Passion is the fire we bring to every engagement.


We L.O.V.E. What We Do.

L * LISTENING: We approach every new encounter with a client as an opportunity to understand what matters to them, why they have contacted us at this moment, and how we can deliver for them.


O * ORGANIZATION: Our system for staffing projects assures that the AJC Consultant leading each effort becomes the client’s eyes and ears in our workplace.The Lead Consultant thus assumes a client-centered leadership role with our highly trained and qualified staff. assuring continuity, consistent quality, and cost effectiveness.


V * VALUE: We don’t waste anybody’s time or money. Our AJC Consultant leading each project is an informed acquirer of the necessary products and services our clients need to get to resolution. Our AJC Team Leaders make sure that our clients only purchase what they need when they need it.


E * EXPERIENCE: We are grateful to have surrounded ourselves with quality people; talented consultants passionate about their work and committed to coming through for each other and for our clients. Our Senior Consultants all possess 10 or more years of experience, and our founders have more than 40 years combined experience, having worked in nearly every state in the US.

Listening, Organization, Value, Experience…. L.O.V.E. Imagine that!











Trust. Dedication. Passion.


Allan Campo                           Phone: 850-240-2922             
Allan Campo is a principal at AJC ™ and is one of the nation’s leading consultants to parties involved in litigation. Mr. Campo has been providing these services for lawyers and their clients since 1983. He was President and Principal at the jury research firm American Litigation Analysts (ALA) until early 1998 when ALA became part of DecisionQuest, then the nations largest trial consulting firm. At that time Mr. Campo assumed the title of Senior Vice President and became responsible for major DecisionQuest projects nationwide. He held that position until establishing American Jury Centers™ and AJC Consulting in 2006. He is widely known for his work in the analysis of the unique communications issues involved in litigation.

Mr. Campo has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Trial Consultants and was President of the Society from 1994 to 1995. He continues to be a member of the Society and is also a long-time Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Mr. Campo is the principal author of Witness Preparation: a manual for attorneys (Amazon, 2011) and Hotseat: a handbook for people who have to answer tough questions (Amazon, 2012) He is a frequent speaker at conferences focused upon legal and/or insurance matters. Mr. Campo holds an M.S. degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Louisiana and is a member of the honor society Phi Kappa Phi. He presently resides with his wife, Donna, in Sandestin, Florida.



Stuart Simon                            Phone: 561.542.8590            
Stuart is a principal at AJC ™ and has assisted attorneys and corporations in the development of trial strategies and tactics from a social science perspective since 1994. Mr. Simon was a consultant with Trial Graphix/Trial Logix until 1999, and was a Vice President of DecisionQuest until 2007, the same year he and Allan Campo founded American Jury Centers.

Mr. Simon is recognized for his ability to summarize complex technical data into simple, lay-friendly concepts that juries and other decision makers can understand. He specializes in helping his clients develop comprehensive communications strategies for complex and controversial situations. He has assisted clients in strategic analysis and planning directed at solving the sensitive communications problems often faced by businesses, agencies, and law firms.

Mr. Simon is a member of the American Society of Trial Consultants. He is a contributing author of Witness Preparation: a manual for attorneys (Amazon, 2011). Mr. Simon holds a JD from Widener University School of Law. He currently resides with his family in Sun Valley, Idaho.


Who is AJC


We – Simon and Campo and a growing team of impressive professionals are probably best described not by ourselves but by our clients. These words and phrases: “trusted advisors”, “the best”, “highly nuanced and sophisticated”, “insight and experience”, “always alert”, and “wise counsel” are the kinds of descriptive language we hear from the people we value the most. See below for a fuller flavor.


Allan Campo and Stuart Simon have worked with me in more than half a dozen jury trials. They are simply the best. These guys are truly trusted advisors at the top of their profession. I hope I never go to trial without them.

Roger P. Thomasch
Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll


On my toughest cases, with the biggest risk and most difficult questions to be answered, I only trust my clients’ futures to the insights and to the experience that Allan Campo, Stuart Simon and their team deliver every time. Trust is difficult to earn, and more difficult to keep. The have mine unequivocally.

Jack Laffey
Whyte, Hirschboeck, Dudek, S.C.


Stuart focuses on the trial as an educational experience for jurors, and he is always alert to whether or not jurors are getting taught what they need to learn in order to understand the client’s perspective.

Gordon Strachan
Strachan, Strachan & Simon, P.C.


I just want to thank you again for all your help, ideas, and wise counsel. You’re the best; and it’s no wonder that major companies put so much trust in your judgment and advice.

David L. Bryant