noon-2:00 Eastern Time
11:00-1:00 Central Time
Speaker Dr. Daniel Dugan
Dr. Daniel Dugan has been a certified psychologist specializing in forensic issues since 1987. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Texas Christian University in 1978 where he was the Senior Honors Scholar. He then received his Master’s (1980) and Doctoral (1984) degrees in Psychology from the University of Kansas. Dr. Dugan has given continuing education seminars to attorneys and judges in Nevada, California, Arizona, and Hawaii. He has given invited addresses to the Inns of Court, the American Bar Association Trial Masters Program, the Nevada Bar Association, the Western Trial Lawyers Association, and the National Judicial College. He founded Trial Science, Inc., in 1995.
Join nationally recognized speaker and trial consultant Dr. Daniel Dugan for this lively seminar. In this seminar you will learn why trial attorneys can no longer afford to ignore the power of technology and visual displays in explaining their cases to jurors. Visual and oral presentations together make the most lasting impact on juror memory, comprehension and ultimately their decision-making process. More and more potential jurors are used to getting their information from televisions, computer screens, and personal computing devises. Jurors expect that attorneys will convey case information to them the same way they are used to getting their information. In this seminar you will learn how to combine visual displays with your oral presentation to communicate more effectively.
You will learn the “whys” and “hows” of creating effective visual presentations for openings, expert witnesses, and closings.
You will learn from actual case examples from trial presentations.
This seminar will teach the nuts and bolts of creating a visually persuasive presentation. You will learn how to teach a lay audience what they need to know to make important decisions on very complex issues
You will be able to use these concepts to help you win your next trial.
This is approved for 2.4 CLE hours in Missouri and 2.0 CLE hours in North Carolina