“Do’s and Don’ts of High-Tech Trial Presentations”

Smart advice for litigation paralegals heading to trial:

"Four years ago, our courtrooms in the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota were equipped with new technology tools [PDF link], including digital document cameras, real-time feeds, video and audio conferencing, and more.

"Since then, I’ve witnessed effective and ineffective use of courtroom technology by attorneys, support staff and trial consultants. Here are 10 common mistakes…."

BTW, author & attorney Andy Seldon is the director of information services for the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota, based in Minneapolis.

One Reply to ““Do’s and Don’ts of High-Tech Trial Presentations””

  1. Hi,

    I’m studying my Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies program & when I graduate I was considering freelance or independant work.

    Is there a resource that describes the “legal do’s & don’ts” of a paralegal?

    Just curious.



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