Making Virtual Encounters LIVE: Crossing the Divide (using Zoom and Other Online Conference Tools) - On Demand CLE

David Ball and Joshua Karton with Aaron DeShaw
Making Virtual Encounters LIVE: Crossing the Divide (using Zoom and Other Online Conference Tools) - On Demand CLE
Making Virtual Encounters LIVE: Crossing the Divide (using Zoom and Other Online Conference Tools) - On Demand CLE

Making Virtual Encounters LIVE: Crossing the Divide (using Zoom and Other Online Conference Tools) - On Demand CLE

David Ball and Joshua Karton with Aaron DeShaw
$65.00

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Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the event and comply with CLE requirements.

The world into which Trial Guides published David Ball and Joshua Karton’s Theater for Trial has been suspended mid-air.

But the need their collaboration addressed has only intensified: What has always taken place in one location, person-to-person, now must happen on multiple screens with people kept at a distance. With Theater for Trial, Ball and Karton compiled their working knowledge of the theater’s power—magnetizing human attention and escorting that attention into a felt, personal experience—to create a practical how-to guide for advocates communicating with jurors, judges, witnesses. 

Now, from their remote locations, between their screens and yours, Ball and Karton offer their insights on the following and more:

  •     How do we make personal contact when we cannot share common space?
  •     How can we make personal connections in virtual encounters?
  •     How do we pierce through this technological no-man’s-land?

And when we return to an actual shared physical here-and-now, what new skills must we bring? We cannot pretend as if the new present is the same as the old one, ignoring where we have all just been. This program, which will include Joshua's hallmark developmental exercises and demonstrations, will have you ready to use the internet to better present your case today and better prepared for however it will work in the future. 

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No.200530D00. 

  • Details

    On Demand Program: 138 minutes plus 28 minutes of Q&A
  • Accreditation

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    California, 1.5 General Credits

    Nevada, 1.5 General Credits



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Click here for Access Instructions for On Demand Programs.

Each user must register individually as they will need their own login to access the event and comply with CLE requirements.

The world into which Trial Guides published David Ball and Joshua Karton’s Theater for Trial has been suspended mid-air.

But the need their collaboration addressed has only intensified: What has always taken place in one location, person-to-person, now must happen on multiple screens with people kept at a distance. With Theater for Trial, Ball and Karton compiled their working knowledge of the theater’s power—magnetizing human attention and escorting that attention into a felt, personal experience—to create a practical how-to guide for advocates communicating with jurors, judges, witnesses. 

Now, from their remote locations, between their screens and yours, Ball and Karton offer their insights on the following and more:

  •     How do we make personal contact when we cannot share common space?
  •     How can we make personal connections in virtual encounters?
  •     How do we pierce through this technological no-man’s-land?

And when we return to an actual shared physical here-and-now, what new skills must we bring? We cannot pretend as if the new present is the same as the old one, ignoring where we have all just been. This program, which will include Joshua's hallmark developmental exercises and demonstrations, will have you ready to use the internet to better present your case today and better prepared for however it will work in the future. 

Need accreditation in another jurisdiction?  Fill out this form and note Course No.200530D00. 

Speakers

David Ball

David Ball

David Ball (Malekpour Ball Consulting) is the nation's most influential trial consultant. With partner Artemis Malekpour, he guides plaintiff's civil cases and criminal defense cases across the country. They are the nation's only trial consultants qualified to help attorneys with Reptilian methods and strategy, as well as with Ball's David Ball on Damages techniques and a wide range of other essential approaches. They have an unparalleled reco... Learn More

Joshua Karton

Joshua Karton

Joshua Karton specializes in applying theater and film communication techniques to the art of trial advocacy. He and his projects have received awards and grants from the New York Drama Desk, Ford Motor Company Fund, Kellogg Foundation, California Arts Council, and he is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from Stetson University College of Law’s Center for Excellence in Advocacy. He teaches and develops curriculum for the AAJ, Ger... Learn More

Aaron DeShaw

Aaron DeShaw

Dr. Aaron DeShaw, Esq. has individually, and in cooperation with other law firms, obtained settlements and verdicts for his clients in excess of $1 Billion. He is the leading author in the U.S. on the subject of Colossus, the computer assessment program used by most auto insurance companies for evaluating personal injury claims. DeShaw is author of three books, and is featured in multiple professional education videos on the topics of traumati... Learn More