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Originally presented: July 24, 2018 | Course length: 3.0 hours
Every day, lawyers communicate with colleagues, clients, judges, and others about a wide variety of legal issues. And when we communicate, we often use PowerPoint slides, which we affectionately refer to as our “slide deck.” Many, if not most, of the slides decks used by lawyers are awful – unappealing, unhelpful, distracting, and boring.
In this program, you will learn the essentials for making a great visual presentation. You’ll see how to create and edit basic slides, how to organize your slides to communicate your main themes and ideas, and how to employ principles of design to take you presentation to the next level. Learn basic design principles you can use to improve your next presentation to colleagues, clients, judges, or anyone else!
A Step-by-Step Guide to PowerPoint Presentations
Everyone could benefit from a PowerPoint refresher course. In this session, you’ll learn the absolute basics for creating a solid PowerPoint presentation from scratch, including how to:
Taking Your Presentation to the Next Level
What makes a good presentation great? In this session, we will show you many good presentations and then take your through the editing process (both visual and oral) so you will be ready to improve your own presentations. You’ll learn how to:
– David J.F. Gross; Faegre Baker Daniels
– Kate Razavi; Faegre Baker Daniels
A few years ago, Stanford Law School and the Stanford Design School joined together to create Stanford’s Legal Design Lab, which has the express purpose of using “design thinking” to improve the functioning of, and access to, our legal system. Faegre Baker Daniels is the Official Partner of Stanford’s Legal Design Lab, and David Gross and Kate Razavi are two leaders in the emerging field of Legal Design.
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Minnesota CLE has applied to the Minnesota State Board of CLE for 3.0 standard CLE credits. The maximum number of total credits you may claim for attending this program is 3.0 credits.
Depending on the jurisdiction in which you practice, you may or may not be able to claim credit for viewing this on demand seminar. Please check with your licensing agency for accreditation information.