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“Technology in the Courtroom; Implementing Technology into Trial Strategy”

  • 11 Mar 2013
  • 3:00 PM
  • Webinar

NFPA is hosting a webinar on March 11, 2013, presented by nationally recognized trial consultant Tim Piganellim who will speak about Technology in the Courtroom: Implementing Technology into Trial Strategy . 

Since 1993, Mr. Piganelli has consulted on hundreds of cases and assisted in trial strategies, graphics and animation, courtroom technology, litigation support and eDiscovery.  Tim  was a presenter for NFPA's virtual Tech Conference in 2010, is an adjunct professor at McGeorge School of Law (Sacramento, CA); the Southwestern University School of Law (Los Angeles) and The StrumCollege of Law  at the University of Denver.  He holds Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering Technology degrees from Arizona State University,  SiHe is recognized as one of the country's top trial and discovery consultants in the areas of trial strategies, graphics and animation, trial presentation, courtroom technology, eDiscovery, and litigation support. Mr. Piganelli has been consulting to legal professionals and their clients since 1989. His technical engineering background combined with h is extensive litigation support experience make him a unique problem solver for his clients. Since 1993 Mr. Piganelli has personally consulted on hundreds of cases and is one of the most experienced trial and discovery consultants in the country. He lectures nationally and authors articles for a multitude of national associations, as well as several national and state bar and paralegal associations. Mr. Piganelli has taught hundreds of CLE seminars around the country in a variety of legal and technology topics. He is an adjunct professor of law at the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California; The Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California; and The Sturm College of Law at The University of Denver, teaching Computer Assisted Litigation. Mr. Piganelli holds Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering Technology degrees from Arizona State University.He is recognized as one of the country's top trial and discovery consultants in the areas o f trial strategies, graphics and animation, trial presentation, courtroom technology, eDiscovery, and litigation support. Mr. Piganelli has been consulting to legal professionals and their clients since 1989. His technical engineering background combined with his extensive litigation support experience make him a unique problem solver for his clients. Since 1993 Mr. Piganelli has personally consulted on hundreds of cases and is one of the most experienced trial and discovery consultants in the country. He lectures nationally and authors articles for a multitude of national associations, as well as several national and state bar and paralegal associations. Mr. Piganelli has taught hundreds of CLE seminars around the country in a variety of legal and technology topics. He is an adjunct professor of law at the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California; The Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California; and The Sturm College of Law at The University of Denver, teaching Computer Assisted Litigation. Mr. Piganelli holds Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering Technology degrees from Arizona State University. He is recognized as one of the country's top trial and discovery consultants in the areas of trial strategies, graphics and animation, trial presentation, courtroom technology, eDiscovery, and litigation support. Mr. Piganelli has been consulting to legal professionals and their clients since 1989. His technical engineering background combined with his extensive litigation support experience make him a unique problem solver for his clients. Since 1993 Mr. Piganelli has personally consulted on hundreds of cases and is one of the most experienced trial and discovery consultants in the country. He lectures nationally and authors articles for a multitude of national associations, as well as several national and state bar and paralegal associations. Mr. Piganelli has taught hundreds of CLE seminars around the country in a variety of legal and technology topics. He is an adjunct professor of law at the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California; The Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California; and The Sturm College of Law at The University of Denver, teaching Computer Assisted Litigation. Mr. Piganelli holds Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering Technology degrees from Arizona State University.  

Please join us for this webinar.  Cost is $20 for members; $30 for non-members.  Attendees will earn 1 hour of CLE credit.  Registration is now open at

http://www.paralegals.org/default.asp?page=144 

Seating is limited.

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