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    Dropping the Digital Anchor

    Preparing and Presenting Your Case with Technology

    What You Will Learn

    • How to effectively collect, organize, and present information
    • The impact of digital presentations on classic learning techniques
    • How to use today’s presentation tools to focus jurors on the important portions of your case
    • Enable jurors to observe the facts and falsities by anchoring them to the theories of your case

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    What You Will Learn

    • How to effectively collect, organize, and present information
    • The impact of digital presentations on classic learning techniques
    • How to use today’s presentation tools to focus jurors on the important portions of your case
    • Enable jurors to observe the facts and falsities by anchoring them to the theories of your case
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    Thursday, April 29, 2021

    12PM PACIFIC
    (3:00 ET / 2:00 CT / 1:00 MT)

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    Price

    $99 for Association Member
    $129 for Non-Member

    75 minutes
    Publisher

    New Jersey Association for Justice

    Subjects

    Digital Presentations

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    Summary

    Jon Lomurro will lecture on “Dropping the Digital Anchor,” from his recent publication of the same name. He explains how to effectively collect, organize, and present information and analyzes the impact of modern digital presentations on classic learning techniques. From the persuasive teachings of Aristotle’s rhetoric through Richard Meyer’s multimedia learning, Jon explains the benefit of today’s presentation tools as a means to firmly connect with a jury and focus jurors on the important portions of your case. A jury floating in a sea of confusion will never locate the place they are supposed to be. By anchoring them to the theories of your case, the jury will be able to observe the facts and falsities. With this knowledge, they will find the proper place to land.

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    Presenters

    Jonathan H. Lomurro, Esq.
    Lomurro, Munson, Comer, Brown & Schottland

    Jonathan H. Lomurro is an expert certified civil trial attorney with the Lomurro Law Firm, in Freehold, NJ. He is a... Read More

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    Agenda

    5 Minutes - Introduction
    60 Minutes - Presentation
    10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker

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