My former employer had an array of people on the panel, just like this.
On a side note, back in '02 I was the defendant on a $50,000 civil suit case that went to trial. I told my Lawyer, "If the jury is going to be comprised of 'my peers,' at least three need to be Nurses". He replied, "There's not much of a chance of that happening".
Lo and behold, the jury was comprised of three RNs and all I ended up paying was $3500 in legal costs.
I met with one of the RNs after the trial, and she said, "We tried to get you off scot-free, but one Juror wouldn't budge".
The varied approach to situations such as these are sometimes a good idea, but really, only RNs know who, how, and what other RNs are.