Visual Presentations in the Courtroom

How to Use the Simplicity of an iPad to Transform How You Try Cases

The iPad has revolutionized the practice of law for those attorneys willing to discover its vast potential, not only for use in trial but also for improving productivity in the office, at home, and on the road. This two-hour presentation will show how the following four key apps can be used in the courtroom:

         Keynote, the ideal app for opening statements and closing arguments

         TrialPad, an extremely easy-to-use app for presenting exhibits to a jury

         DocumentPad, a handy app that allows simultaneous word searches of multiple records

         TranscriptPad, an extremely useful app that allows you to create "issue codes" for depositions or "daily transcripts," and to do simultaneous word searches of multiple transcripts

 

The simplicity of the iPad and of these apps now make it possible for any attorney to organize and present information in an electronic format, with no additional costs or payments to outside vendors. In addition, this presentation will explore the emerging science of visual communications.

 

This two-hour presentation will be led by attorney Kelly L. Andersen, of Medford, who speaks on this topic regularly. Mr. Andersen has been practicing law in Oregon since 1979. In 2014 the Oregon Trial Lawyers Association named Mr. Andersen its Distinguished Trial Lawyer of the Year.

 

For more information: Call Kyle Dukelow, Law Office of Kyle B. Dukelow at 503.288.1992. For registration questions, contact the MBA at 503.222.3275.

Date & Time
Tuesday, June 13, 2017, 3:00-5:00pm
Location
World Trade Center, Plaza Room, 26 SW Salmon
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