By Helen Geib, Hoover Hull Turner LLP
Lawyers use presentation technology to advocate for their clients more effectively and efficiently. Low-cost electronics have brought technology within reach of practically any budget. Technology may now be deployed in every manner of matter and setting, from lengthy jury trials to short arbitrations.
No one should be intimidated by presentation technology. However, it isn’t simply a matter of bringing your computer to court either. Like every aspect of legal work, using presentation technology has best practices and potential pitfalls. Planning and preparation are the keys to avoiding common mistakes and presenting your best case. Read more.
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