Trial Presentation Software

This is FindLaw's Legal Technology Center's collection of Trial Presentation Software articles. Effective courtroom presentations and technology can make the difference between a successful and unsuccessful case outcome. Trial presentation software enables visual depiction of complex concepts and situations. It can also tell a story with pictures worth a thousand words. Free information, white papers, case studies and press releases on trial presentation software solutions and more is provided here.
Trial Presentation Software Articles
    • Collaboration in the Cloud Gets Richer with Presentations Added to Google Docs
      Provided by Google
      As part of its ongoing efforts to enable users to take advantage of the web for sharing and collaborating, Google today added features for presentations to the Google Docs application. At http://documents.google.com, users can create simple web-based presentations that others can update and view from their own computers, even at the same time.

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    • Simplify Your Work: Office 2008 for Mac Details Revealed
      Provided by Microsoft
      The Macintosh Business Unit (Mac BU) at Microsoft Corp. today announced at the Apple Expo in Paris its product lineup for the upcoming Microsoft(R) Office 2008 for Mac release. The flagship product, Office 2008 for Mac, is the core suite that includes Microsoft Office Word 2008, Microsoft Office Excel(R) 2008, Microsoft Office PowerPoint(R) 2008 and Microsoft Office Entourage(R) 2008 for exceptional productivity on the Mac.

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    • New Innovations, Features for Google SketchUp and Google Earth
      Provided by Google
      Today Google released Google SketchUp 6 at the 2007 Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, CA. Google SketchUp is a powerful, easy-to-use 3D software modeling tool that enables design professionals and armchair enthusiasts alike to model the world for professional use and sharing in Google Earth. Google SketchUp 6 enables simpler, more realistic modeling with the addition of new features and innovations.

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    • Multi-Recordings
      Provided by Joel Charles of FindLaw
      In major surveillance cases where the government has secured court permission to make recordings, everything on a particular line is recorded. If the suspect's wife calls the beauty shop, the start of that conversation is recorded but the agent listening to the conversations usually cuts off the recorder.

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    • TechTips: DSL and Digital Document Presentation Ideas
      Provided by Chuck Linebaugh of O'Hagan, Smith & Amundsen
      Tips on using DSL connections and wireless access points.

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    • The Litigation Consulting Report Launches for Litigators
      Provided by Animators at Law
      Designed for litigators, in-house counsel and litigation support staff, The Litigation Consulting Report shares the latest approaches to jury research, the use of technology at trial and practice-specific trial graphics tactics.

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    • Case Study: Creating Gantt Charts and Timelines for Litigation
      Provided by SmartDraw.com
      Paralegal Nancy Rice works as a project manager at Hohmann, Taube & Summers, a law firm specializing in civil litigation. She frequently needs to create charts and diagrams related to legal cases.

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