How To…Present Exhibits on an iPad (04/22/2021)
Includes a Live Event on 04-22-2021 at 10:30 AM (CDT)
Lawyers love the portability an iPad can offer for their everyday tasks. Among other things, you can also use them to organize and present your exhibits in court, whether remote or in-person. In this seminar, we’ll go through the LitSoftware app suite, including TrialPad, the best option for trial presentation on a mobile device. We will demonstrate how to present documents, pictures, videos using TrialPad; and show what you see vs what the jury sees. We will go over how to use this tool in tandem with Zoom or other videoconference services. Lastly, we will talk about the specific advantages and disadvantages lawyers have had using an iPad as their trial device.
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.
Rick Coulter has been providing services to Louisville area legal professionals for more than 35 years as an experienced and respected court reporter. Rick is the founder and owner of Power Presentations, LLC. Rick combines his experience in the litigation process with his extensive knowledge of trial presentation software and the latest courtroom technology to create powerful and convincing presentations. Rick is also a partner in Coulter Reporting, LLC, a court reporting firm based in Louisville, Kentucky.
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