Trial Presentation Professional Workshop
The Trial Presentation Professional Workshop and Exam will be offered at TechCon in the Spring of 2013. Information is being finalized and will be available soon. Please check back for updates.
The Trial Presentation Professional workshop is a day-and-a-half long covering such items as: ethics; questions to ask the client and the documents and formats you may need to use; getting the layout of the courtroom and understanding the venue and infrastructure; what type of equipment is needed, its minimum requirements and trial and audio kit overviews; best practices, pre-trial preparation of case and organizing materials as well as file management and trial software database management; equipment installation, site survey, courtroom scouting and troubleshooting; common features of trial software and displaying on computer; and professional conduct, courtroom and trial procedures, and discretion in the court.
Upon completion of the seminar, attendees will be eligible to take an assessment exam in order to receive a certificate. This seminar is approved for 1.0 CEUs.
Please note that due to the nature of this training, attendance is limited. Registration is first-come, first-served.
- Brian Clune, CLVS
- Joe Cerda, Jr., CLVS
- Steve Crandall, J.D., CLVS
- Tim Piganelli, NCRA Trial Presentation Professional
- Rotating Guest Speakers
Sponsored by NCRA’s Trial Presentation Professional Committee