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Bench and Bar | Technology in the Courtroom: What Works and What to Avoid

Bench and Bar | Technology in the Courtroom: What Works and What to Avoid

 Export to Your Calendar 12/12/2018
When: Wednesday, December 12
12:15 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
Where: Hennepin County Government Center
300 South 6th St
Courtroom 655
Minneapolis, Minnesota  55487
United States
Contact: Sarah Mayer
612-752-6600


Online registration is available until: 12/12/2018
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Bench and Bar
Technology in the Courtroom: What Works and What to Avoid

Hear from a distinguished member of the bench and an experienced trial lawyer about how to effectively use technology in the presentation of evidence and argument at your next trial (or motion hearing). Today’s jurors live in a multimedia filled world, and increasingly have come to expect visual aids in all aspects of life, including in the courtroom. Trial graphics and presentation technology can be very effective in helping tell your client’s story, provided it is used properly. From Prezi timelines, to Trial Director evidence builds, to motion graphics, this CLE will include tips and demonstrations covering when and how to most effectively use technology at trial. In addition to addressing what works, this CLE will also cover common mistakes and pitfalls in the use of technology at trial and how to avoid them.

Please plan extra time to get through security.

1.0 Standard MBCLE credit applied for

Facilitators: Judge Thomas Conley, Fourth Judicial District; and Rachel Zimmerman Scobie, Shareholder, Merchant & Gould P.C.

Cost: Free for HCBA members / $40.00 for non-members 

 

*Speakers and credits may be subject to change.
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