The latest edition of The Paralegal Voice, “The Latest in Court Technology for Paralegals” co-hosted by Vicki Voisin and me, is now available at Legal Talk Network.
Find out what’s new in court technology on The Paralegal Voice.  Co-hosts Lynne DeVenny and Vicki Voisin join Ted Brooks, the Founder & CEO of Litigation-Tech LLC for his insight on the latest in court technology for paralegals. Ted provides tips for paralegals getting ready for a big trial using extensive technology in the courtroom and explains how paralegals can learn the basics of commonly used trial software.  Ted also gives his picks for blogs and online resources for paralegals interested in learning more about courtroom technology.
Also in this episode:
  1. How Ted became a trial presentation specialist
  2. What trial software Ted prefers
  3. What hardware Ted uses for trial
  4. What’s in Ted’s trial emergency kit
  5. Some newbie mistakes to avoid in trial presentation
  6. How to get started in trial presentation
  7. How to find a trial presentation vendor
  8. Vicki’s practice tip and Lynne’s social media/technology tip
Internet resources and links mentioned during the podcast:
  1. Litigation-Tech LLC,
  2. Court Technology Trial Presentation blog,
  3. Ted on Twitter,!/litigationtech
  4. Ted on LinkedIn,
  5. Trial Technology Group on LinkedIn,
  6. Law Technology News,
  7. Trial Consulting Network,
  8. TrialDirector,
  9. Sanction,
  10. Visionary,
  11. ExhibitView,
  12. NCRA,
  13. OLP,
  14. The Professional Paralegal (Prentice Hall, 2012),
  15. Workers’ Compensation Practice for Paralegals (Carolina Academic Press, 2008),
  16. FileConverter from iPro,
  17. NameWiz,
  18. TextPad,
The Paralegal Voice also thanks its sponsors: Redact-It, and NALA…The Association of Paralegals and Legal Assistants.
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