The Joys of PowerPoint in Deposition, Trial & Life - On Demand CLE

Karen Koehler

3 Reviews
Format: On Demand Program
Sale price$100.00

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Social media has changed our industry. And nowhere is this more evident than in our jury pools. Facebook, TikTok, and other social media sites have altered the way most jurors process information, rendering attention spans shorter than ever. The trial tactics that worked twenty years ago—repetition, obsession over details, background intricacies—present a liability with today’s juries. As a trial lawyer, your presentations must be succinct and engaging like never before.

Trial attorney Karen Koehler has been using Powerpoint since the 90s to win big cases, including a $123 million landmark verdict against Ride the Ducks in 2019. This all-new video will teach you how to leverage Powerpoint in trial, from planning out your presentation to boosting your jurors’ concentration and information retention. Koehler will detail common mistakes attorneys make when creating their presentations and demonstrate different ways to use Powerpoint to more effectively communicate.

Powerpoint can be the key to capturing your jurors’ attention, making a persuasive case, and winning big verdicts of your own. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to communicate stories and ideas in trial, deposition, and life.

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On Demand Program: 60 Minutes
Original Air Date: 05/17/2022

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4 star rating
Based on 3 reviews
4 out of 5 stars Based on 3 reviews
James S.
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3 star rating
The speakers use of
What were your key takeaways from the program? The speakers use of PowerPoint was not great
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T. A.
5 star rating
Be kind to your ppt audience
What were your key takeaways from the program? Be kind to your ppt audience. Use sentences, avoid the slow reveals, keep it simple. Which topics did you find least valuable and why? The use of powerpoint to illustrate how to remodel your condo in NY
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Donald H.
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4 star rating
It was pretty basic
What were your key takeaways from the program? It was pretty basic; not new for me but maybe young lawyers. Which topics did you find least valuable and why? Antidotes not predicated on research
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