PowerPoint Skills for Litigators, Templates, Timelines and Tools- Recorded  Webinar
Michael Kelleher

Michael Kelleher

PowerPoint Skills for Litigators Webinars: Recording and New Session on Animation, Video & Hyperlinks

 

Free Recording Available: PowerPoint Skills for the Litigator: Templates, Timelines and Tools

Our webinar on PowerPoint Skills for Litigators last week had great attendance and enthusiastic reviews from attendees. The webinar recording is now available for viewing, and you can download the slides used in the presentation for your own use.

In this recorded webinar, Mike discusses how litigators should customize PowerPoint to their needs with templates and layouts, how to create and edit timelines, and some key PowerPoint tools that litigators should understand. Along the way, we learn how to create and edit master slides and slide layouts, how to draw and edit simple objects in PowerPoint, and how to create and use images of your evidence in your PowerPoint presentation. We’ll be submitting this webinar to the State Bar of California for approval for continuing legal education credit. Click here to register and view this free recorded webinar.

The PowerPoint template that we used in this webinar is available for free download at this link: Slides Used for PowerPoint Skills for Litigators Webinar. Feel free to download it and adapt it to your uses.

There was so much to cover that we’re going to hold another PowerPoint webinar with new content:

PowerPoint Skills for Litigators II: Animations, Video and Hyperlinks, Free Webinar, Thursday, December 11, 2014, Noon Pacific to 1:15 PM

Click here to register.

2014-12-11-PowerPoint Skills for Litigators webinar

 

Mike Kelleher of Cogent Legal will demonstrate a number of basic and advanced PowerPoint techniques, including animations, hyperlinked navigation systems, video, and differences between PowerPoint 2013 and PowerPoint 2010. This event will be submitted to the California State Bar for approval as one hour of California MCLE credit.

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