This presentation will describe the elements of a persuasive exhibit and how to create them, explain ways to create and use timelines and diagrams, and show ways to organize and manage large data sets in court. Case examples will identify effective presentation techniques and exhibits. The goal is to learn how to keep jurors, judges, and audiences engaged in your presentation and focus on the evidence you present to prove your case.
Learning the components of a persuasive exhibit and how to create them
Understanding how to create and use effective timelines and diagrams
Learning how to keep jurors, judges, and audiences engaged in your presentation
Learning ways to organize and manage law data sets in court
Identifying clever presentation techniques and exhibits