Using Information Graphics Effectively In The Courtroom
Cost: There is no cost to attend this program, however, registration is required.
At the turn of this century, it was unusual to see sophisticated graphics as part of a courtroom presentation. In fact, for years many judges refused to allow attorneys to present artist-designed illustrations.
Lately though, attorneys are replacing their chalkboard drawings with sophisticated videos, animations and illustrations to explain things like anatomical processes, surgical procedures or technical processes.
Such courtroom technology is no longer expensive or labor-intensive to design, and it is easy to edit when new facts suddenly come to light. Since most people learn news or find entertainment in photos, infographics and video, many jurors and judges expect to be taught complex concepts efficiently and through technology and graphics.
In the next installment in Seyfarth’s Trial Education Series, seasoned trial attorneys
and Visual Communication consultants
will provide tips for trial attorneys on communicating your case effectively with visual aids. Specifically, our presenters will address:
When and how to present text with imagery, pictures, videos, graphs, and
Pitfalls and traps that everylawyer should keep in mind when using computer-generated courtroom visuals
*CLE Credit for this webinar has been awarded in the following states: CA, IL, NJ and NY. CLE Credit is pending for GA, TX and VA. Please note that in order to receive full credit for attending this webinar, the registrant must be present for the entire session.