Meetings. Conferences. Speaking events of all kinds. That’s what generally comes to mind when we hear “PowerPoint.” Good bet, though, you use it in court, too, so there is no escaping PowerPoint presentations.
Don’t roll your eyes just yet. Even if you haven’t put a PowerPoint presentation together for a conference, you probably have, or will soon, put one together for trial.
No fear. Jim Calloway and Sharon Nelson have you covered. In this edition of the Digital Edge, they interview the author of Power Point in One Hour for Lawyers and regular contributor to this blog on the topic, Paul Unger. Turn up the sound, or plug in your headphones, and spend the next 28 minutes learning cool tips that will make people remember your presentation, and you.