Trial Presentation Professional
More and more lawyers and other legal professionals are using electronic trial presentation software to present evidence in court. If done well, electronic documents can improve efficiency and effectiveness of a case. Poorly presented evidence, however, can risk both the case and your reputation.
As courtrooms adopt new technologies, IT professionals, courtroom personnel, and trial presenters can find a wide range of equipment available in each new situation. Being organized and knowing how to work both old and new systems are your two best strategies.
The Trial Presentation Professional program will enable you to stay at the top of your game by recognizing what to present and how to present it. Experience in trial presentation and familiarity with trail presentation software is a plus for this program, but certainly not a requirement.
To obtain the Trial Presentation Professional certificate you will have to attend a day and a half workshop and then pass a comprehensive written exam.
Who Should Attend the Program
- Legal Videographers
- IT (freelance firm, law firm, courthouse)
- Others interested in starting a business
Current Certificate Holders - Renew your Certificate now!
Time flies by! It has been three years since you passed the Trial Presentation exam in 2009. This message is to alert you that your first renewal fee is due December 31st. If you are an NCRA member, the fee is $75 ($25 annual fee collected at the end of your three-year cycle); if you are not a member, the fee is $180 ($60 annual fee collected at the end of your three-year cycle). In addition to the renewal fee, you should have obtained 10 hours of technology-related continuing education in the past three years. These ten hours (or 1.0 CEU) can be a part of your RPR/CLVS CEUs (they are not in addition to).