Litigation Technology

Litigation Technology

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Now you can show your students how to effectively integrate PowerPoint and Sanction II software into courtroom presentations. LITIGATION TECHNOLOGY pairs an outstanding text with a companion website to take the mystery out of using computers at trial. Written specifically to train future litigators, the text: is written in a treatise format so that a reader can digest the book from cover to cover or simply go to the index or table of contents and focus on a particular topic puts the use of technology in the context of developing and executing a trial strategy, considering the questions lawyers ask themselves: What is my theme? What type of language and presentation style will move the judge or jury toward ruling in favor of my client? What kinds of witnesses should I call? How do I prepare my case? How do I prepare for the defense case? What is the most effective type of closing? includes both theory -- the art and tactics of advocacy and how technology can be used to enhance them -- and how-to guidance through the steps in creating the visuals best suited to each stage of the trial, plus tips for placing and using the equipment in the courtroom takes an in-depth, hands-on approach to using technology through four web-based mock trial problems (two personal injury cases and two criminal cases) that provide the video depositions, document image files, scene files, audio files, and text files that students use to create and manipulate electronic presentations demonstrates how to create PowerPoint and Sanction II presentations through step-by-step tutorials illustrated by annotated screen captures; students get a free one-calendar-year license for Sanction, so they can show their presentations at job interviews teaches how to create both linear presentations (moving sequentially through slides) and nonlinear presentations (allowing the attorney to pull up images of documents, digital photos, transcripts, and video clips on the screen in any order) The author also provides: updates on changes in the software programs and printable color PDF versions of the how-to chapters at the website an extensive Teachers Manual with tips from his own teaching experience, advice on tailoring the materials to different types of courses, suggested lecturers and tactical analysis of the case problems, PowerPoint slides for use in class, and sample syllabi showing alternative use. Additional web-based resource materials for instructors: modifiable PowerPoint presentations on the visual trial; using the computer to organize a case file; using a computer for opening statement, during direct examination, for cross examination, and for closing argument annotated screen captures of CaseMap and other software packages not covered in the book as they are developed a members-only section for instructors and practicing attorneys to exchange insights and information about developments in litigation technology and methods for teaching students how to use technology at trialThen you can paste that screen capture onto a PowerPoint slide by pressing Ctrl + V. In this capture, the green means the defendant was out of custody while an arrest warrant was ... It is simply a screen capture of a sidekick calendar (the calendar software that the author had on his computer at the time). ... slide. The trial lawyer simply animates each arrow to wipe down as the attorney addresses the nextanbsp;...

Title:Litigation Technology
Author: Michael G. Rogers
Publisher:Aspen Publishers Online - 2006

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