Court Appearance for iPad App in Lawyer’s Presentation

By Andrew Ivey | Presentations

Jan 28
Lawyer's presentation

iPad App Helps Lawyer’s Presentation in Courts

An innovative iPad app is helping lawyers to give better presentations in court. The app, called TrialPad, was developed by Saurian Litigation Support and Kaufman, Rossin & Co and it’s being marketed by them as Lit Software.

Its developers claim that it will help lawyers to present their case to juries, enabling simple highlighting of words and images, zooming in on key evidence or circling data.

Already it’s been used in court to display evidence, documents, pictures and injury x-rays to watching juries.

Priced at only $89.99 it’s already hit the number 12 spot in the business apps iTunes store. But such success isn’t going to the heads of its developers.

They acknowledge that this simple software allows a lawyer to make a presentation with convenience and utility. More complex cases with more evidence to present will still require specialist help from a presentation expert in the court room…and before the case gets to court. And that’s good news for Saurian Litigation Support which also offers that presentation support. Good business.

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The Principal Trainer at training business Time to Market. Based in Oxford, I run presentation and public speaking training courses, coaching sessions and seminars throughout the UK. Andrew Ivey on Google+

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