How To…Present Exhibits Effectively While Remote & In-Person (3/25/2021)
The way you choose to present exhibits in court can have a powerful impact on the narrative you’re attempting to weave during litigation. Technology can help you do this more effectively whether you’re in a court room or a court Zoom. In this seminar, we’ll outline some very basic steps and settings attorneys can use to present documents and videos in a professional manner. We will demonstrate how you can better utilize trial presentation software or alternatives like Adobe Acrobat or Windows media player. Lastly, we’ll discuss why it’s important for you to present in more polished way as opposed to falling into specific pitfalls (like allowing everyone else to see all your open windows). The ultimate goal of any trial attorney is to tell their clients’ stories. This storytelling now requires the competent use of all tools and technology at your disposal.
Kevin Doran is a trial technician and founder of Legal Tech Chicago. He has over 3 years experience as a hot seater, going to trial with attorneys and running the presentation for them. He has seen many trials from voir dire to verdict. He is passionate about expanding the use of legal technology by educating attorneys and their staff on how to leverage technology to make more effective and engaging trial presentations.
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