COURT TECHNOLOGY AND TRIAL PRESENTATION

The Court Technology and Trial Presentation Blawg features articles, reviews and news of interest to lawyers and other legal professionals. This blog is published by Ted Brooks, a Trial Presentation and Legal Technology Consultant, Author and Speaker. Ted's trial experience includes the Los Angeles Dodgers divorce trial, People v. Robert Blake murder trial, and a hundreds of high profile, high value and complex civil matters.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017

2017 Greatest Hits

We’ve shared a few “Greatest Hits” lists over the years, and so here’s the next installment. Although we get a great deal of traffic from Google and other web searches, we also have our “Top 10 This Week” list, a blog-specific Search feature, and of course, our Complete Archive Directory. All of these may be found to the right and below this article.

Rather than just another list of favorites, this is a topical directory of a few articles in each category, featuring several of the best articles on this blog. If you have a topic of interest, or are looking for something in particular, a search will likely bring several relevant results. Expanding the Archive tree may be a little less efficient for searching, but there you can see articles listed in the order they were originally published. Although we've limited each topic to 3 entries, there are a number of additional related articles in each category on the blog. 

2017 GREATEST HITS


CUTTING COSTS:
Although cost is not the same as quality, it is something that everyone should be concerned about. Here are a few ideas on how to save a few bucks for your clients.

ETHICS:
Damned if you do, damned if you don't. Claiming ignorance of technology these days just won't cut it, and many clients know this.

HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT TRIAL TECH:
There are a number of great trial support providers these days, but there are also a few you might want to avoid. Here are a few things to look for.

TRIAL TECH SERIES:
This selection is intended for those in the trenches, or interested in how this all works. If you're inclined to be in the "hot seat," this series may help.

IPAD IN TRIAL:
If you're a trial attorney or trial tech, you've probably seen an iPad in the courtroom presenting evidence. Although my personal position remains that a laptop is better for larger matters, an iPad can certainly handle the job in smaller cases. The article on the bottom was the first to cover TrialPad, which remains the most popular app for trial presentation.

PRO FILES SERIES:
Here are a few of the most popular interviews in this series. There are several others.

ALL-TIME MOST POPULAR:
These are the top 3 articles on the blog. Two of them are directories of LinkedIn groups for attorneys and legal professionals, and one is about a revolutionary wireless iPad keyboard.

I hope you've enjoyed this list, and save the link for future reference. Feel free to add your comments here, request additional info, suggest future article topics, etc.



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