CLE: ISBA’s Law Ed Faculty Development Series—Engaging Presentations in the Virtual World
Most presentations today are virtual, and ISBA wants to equip you with the techniques you need to reach your online audience.
Join us as our master series speaker, David Mann, returns from noon until 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28 with a fresh look at the how to effectively interact in the virtual world, including tips for clarity and how to maintain your online professionalism. Topics include: how to translate arcane legal language into plain English; how to create captivating openings with rhetorical impact; delivering your case story for engaging flow; illustrating complex legal concepts simply; how structure and language can inspire action; understanding which storytelling techniques build clarity, understanding, and trust; using the camera in a professional manner; knowing which Zoom (and other platform) features can enhance your delivery skills; how to use lighting and sound to your advantage; arranging the background to communicate stability and trustworthiness; and how to use polls and other virtual platform features effectively.
This program is complimentary and exclusively for ISBA Law Ed Faculty and for those who want to become Law Ed faculty.
This program qualifies for 1.50 hours MCLE credit, including 1.50 hours Professionalism, Civility, or Legal Ethics credit (subject to approval).