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Dynamic Case Presentations

I am excited to be moderating a presentation hosted by the Santa Clara County Bar Association regarding using technology to enhance your case. Lisa Peck and Lisa Mak will be the presenters.

The presentation is scheduled for Nov 18th at 12:00pm – 1:30pm at the SCCBA’s conference center, but you can also attend online.

The Lisa’s will introduce and demo certain digital tools such as:

  • Trialpad for iPad
  • Powerpoint
  • Keynote
  • CaseMap
  • Airtable
  • DropBox
  • Clio
  • RocketMatter
  • Sanction
  • TimeLine 3D

Attorneys not using technology to advance their cases are at a distinct disadvantage. I’m excited to learn more about the tools I already use, and some insights into additional tools that will help me advocate for my client.

Regardless of whether you are presenting to a judge, jury, arbitrator, mediator, or opposing counsel, the “dynamic” of your case and presenting your case in a “dynamic” manner are imperatives in this digital age. Yet, for many of us, becoming a tech-savvy litigator can seem a daunting, if not prohibitively expensive (both time and money) endeavor. Join us as we explore how to boost your practice with commonly available and (mostly) easy to use apps, cloud-based subscriptions, and software for laptops and iPads and help you learn to get the wins with these high-tech boosts on an every-day budget.

Hope to see you there!

Information provided by Robert Nuddleman of the Nuddleman Law Firm, P.C.

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