If you’re reading this blog, chances are you have an interest in legal tech and litigation graphics. You likely know they’re important for any 21st-century case presentation. But you know less about how to get trouble-free and top-quality tech, demonstratives and litigation support. Maybe it feels too time consuming, too expensive or simply too overwhelming to sharpen your skills and knowledge in this area.
Fear not, a 90-minute webinar coming up will teach you how to leverage the latest trial technologies for stronger, less stressful presentations.
On Friday, Nov. 22, 10 a.m. Pacific/1p.m. Eastern, I’ll co-present this webinar with Ted Brooks, an expert in trial technology and courtroom presentations. We’re going to give a practical, concise overview on the use of technology in litigation, full of case examples and tips you can use.
First, we’ll teach you about the wired courtroom and the risks and benefits of using legal tech.
Then, we’ll show why visual aids are important and how to use them. For example, graphics can be designed to focus attention on specific facts of the case or aspects of an attorney’s argument.
Finally, we’ll review the pros and cons of three levels of support (do-it-yourself, partial support and full support) and three styles of presentation (old school, middle tech and high tech).
I hope you’ll log on and join Ted and me for this webinar, for which you can receive CLE credit. To enroll, click this link and use the code V6837293 when registering to receive a 50% discount off the fee of $199.
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