iPad for Attorneys, Trial Lawyers, Mediators and Presenters

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iPad for Attorneys, Trial Lawyers, Mediators & Presenters

iPad for Attorneys, Trial Lawyers, Mediators & Presenters

iPad for Attorneys, Trial Lawyers, Mediators and Presenters (iPad for Legal Professionals) has been approved, by the State Bar of California, for 3 MCLE credit hours, which includes 1 hour of Ethics credit and 2 hours of general MCLE credit. The three hour course is offered at $225. 

We are currently offering two sessions of the course on Friday, August 30, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. and again at 1 p.m. The course will be held at the offices of Veritext Legal Solutions, located at 101 Montgomery Street, Suite 450, San Francisco, CA 94104.Veritext has graciously agreed to provide breakfast for the morning session and lunch for the afternoon session.

Please note, space is limited. To register and select which session you would like to attend, just click on the times indicated above the “add to cart” button and select  from the drop down menu, then click on the “add to cart” button. You can pay using a PayPal account or your credit card.

During the presentation you will learn how to use your iPad effectively, and ethically, to better help you meet your clients’ objectives.

The agenda will include:

A. iPad basics
  1. Features for different types of iPads (advantages / disadvantages of the features)
  2. Settings (includes ethical considerations)
  3. E-mail (includes ethical considerations)
  4. Tasks
  5. Security (includes ethical considerations)
  6. Backing up client information (includes ethical considerations)
  7. iPad cases
  8. Keyboard suggestions
  9. Backing up your iPad
B. Note Taking
C. Document Review
D. Transcript Review
E. Organization and document management
F. Photos and exhibit management
G. Legal Research
H. Jury Selection
I. Trial and other presentations
J. Video management
K. Bonus tips and tricks
L. The Ethical considerations in using the iPad for your law practice & trials