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   Seeing Is Believing: The Art of Visual Persuasion As a Litigator

Presented by: Young Lawyers Section

Description: Curious how to capture a jury or judge’s attention? This seminar will explore the psychology behind the use of visual aids, effectively using visual aids, using technology to your advantage and sage advice from the panelist regarding successes and failures with these endeavors.

Date: Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Location: CBA Law Center, New Britain

Event Cost: Member $75.00
  Non-member $125.00
  Law and Paralegal Student $25.00 (on a space-available basis)
   
Credit Hours: CLE Credit 2.0 Hours


Program Chairs
Co-chairs:
Tiffany K. Spinella, Pullman & Comley LLC,  Hartford
Eamonn Wisneski, Dzialo, Pickett & Allen PC, Middletown

Speakers:
James W. Bergenn, Shipman & Goodwin LLP, Hartford
Professor Neal Feigenson, Quinnipiac University School of Law,  Hamden
Robert L. Holzberg, Connecticut Superior Court Judge (Ret.),  Pullman & Comley LLC , Hartford
Kenneth J. Laska, Segal & Laska LLC, Plainville
Christina O. Spiesel, Yale Law School, New  Haven

Program Schedule
6:00 Visual Persuasion and the Law
6:30 Effectively Using Exhibits and Visual Aids
7:00 Effectively Using Technology
        (iPad, PowerPoint, etc.)
7:30 Perspective from the Bench

Who Should Attend
All lawyers, particularly young litigators, who seek advice on effectively presenting their case using exhibits, visual media, and multimedia in legal communication and persuasion.
 

The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.

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