Why You Should Attend
The iPad is transforming the way lawyers try cases; where before they had to rely on trial technologists or assistants to manage technology at trial, now lawyers can walk into court and pick a jury, present evidence, and conduct research themselves, all on a tablet device. In iPad for Litigators 2.0, technology expert Tom Mighell and trial lawyer Jamie Moncus build off of last year’s best selling iPad for Litigators program, showing you how to take your litigation to the next level with live video demonstrations of the latest developments for the iPad.
In this session, you'll learn the steps you need to take to try a lawsuit with an iPad, and the ways the iPad can help when you are preparing for trial, including:
Conducting discovery - gathering and reviewing documents, taking and annotating depositions
Picking and monitoring a jury with just your tablet
Presenting evidence to a judge or jury
Taking notes, sending messages and other iPad productivity apps to use during trial
Accessories to use with the iPad in court
Practical tips to ensure your trial runs smoothly
Have a question for the faculty? This interactive seminar will give you the opportunity to submit questions to the faculty before and/or during the program at email@example.com. In addition, all registrants receive a set of downloadable course materials and free access to the archived online program later.
NOTE: Webcast registrants will need Adobe Flash Player, available from the Adobe web site, to take this program. The live webcast cannot be viewed on your iPad, which is not Flash compatible.
Who Should Attend
Those interested in using a iPad as a tool in the litigation process and anyone wants to see the latest updates from last year's iPad for Litigators program.
James R. (Jamie) Moncus, III is a trial attorney with Hare Wynn Newell & Newton, in Birmingham, Alabama, where he represents individuals and small businesses in civil litigation. He specializes in the representation of plaintiffs in high-stakes litigation, ranging from accident and product liability cases to actions involving medical malpractice, aviation accidents and whistleblower litigation. Currently, he is handling a variety of litigation matters in several states. Mr. Moncus has served on the Board of Governors of the New Lawyers Division of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) and on the Executive Committee of the Young Lawyers Section of the Birmingham Bar Association. In 2011, he was named a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers and was selected for membership in the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He currently serves on the editorial boards of a civil litigation blog as well as a national medical malpractice journal. With another Hare Wynn lawyer, he recently obtained a $37.5 million verdict using innovative iPad trial presentation technology. He is licensed in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Tom Mighell is a Senior Consultant with Contoural, Inc., where he provides records management and electronic discovery services to companies. He is a frequent speaker and writer on the Internet and legal technology, and is the author of iPad in One Hour for Lawyers and iPad Apps in One Hour for Lawyers, both published by the American Bar Association. He publishes two blogs - Inter Alia, a legal technology blog, and iPad 4 Lawyers. Tom is Past Chair of the ABA TECHSHOW 2008, and is Immediate Past-Chair of the ABA Law Practice Management Section.
Total 60-minute hours of instruction: 1.5
Total 50-minute hours of instruction: 1.8.
Please note: Programs focusing on law practice management may not be not approved in all jurisdictions. Credit may not be available in IN, LA, or NE.. For up-to-date information on CLE credits for a particular jurisdiction, click on the “Mandatory CLE Credit” link in the box titled, “Course Details,” at the top left of this web page.
Suggested Prerequisite: Registrants should have some basic familiarity with the iPad.
Level of Instruction: Basic to intermediate.
Eastern 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Central 12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m.
Mountain 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Pacific 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Alaska 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Hawaii 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.