Winning at Trial with a Dynamic PowerPoint Presentation

Created: Thursday, July 2, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:47 am



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A lot is at stake—power, money, reputation, future plans, justice. You need to win this case. Your presentation materials surely will play an important role in helping the judge and jury experience the sights, sounds, and details of the case … or not. The choice is up to you, says one tech-savvy attorney. It all depends upon whether you are willing to push PowerPoint beyond its normal boundaries to maximize its interactive and persuasive potential.

Robert Lane  Bruce A. Olson

This article by Robert Lane and Bruce A. Olson provides a better idea of using PowerPoint in court.

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Categories: legal, opinion, powerpoint




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