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    • 19 Jun 2018
    • 12 Jul 2018
    • 6 sessions
    • Online
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    Working with Images, Audio and Video in the Legal Environment

     

    In the legal environment it is necessary to work in particular ways with images, audio and video data.  We will learn how to prepare images, audio and video for use in our presentations in court as well as in our work with clients. 

     

    In this course we will explore both the software and hardware necessary to create, edit and present this type of media and look at some of the methods of detecting if any of this media has been altered, redacted or otherwise compromised. 

     

    We will learn how to:

     

    • create amazingly zoomable detailed images of objects and places using gigapan technology. 
    •  create, enhance and edit audio and determine if an audio file has been altered. 
    • explore the technology for creating images using particular digital cameras and how to create and edit video. 
    •  remove a background and remove objects from an image, enhance images to increase their clarity and how images can be combined and manipulated legally and illegally using Adobe Photoshop Elements and Pixlr. 
    • use video editing software including MovieMaker, Adobe Premiere Elements and video extraction and download tools. 
    • capture into a video with all the audio and video a full website that contains both audio and video clips using a program called BSL screen recorder. 
    •  print out a sequence of frames from a video and how to put these frames into a PowerPoint presentation, how to integrate the multi-media into our presentations both to clients and for them.

      6 Hours CLE



    Six sessions of one hour each - Tuesdays and Thursdays 
    June 19, 21, 26, 28, July 10, and 12, 2018 
    10AM Pacific/1 PM Eastern
     
    All participants are given access to the course website where all materials are stored, and it remains available to them indefinitely for future reference!

    Early Bird Prices:

    Only $89
    for PKI Paralegal Passport and Organization of Legal Professionals Members

    Only $109 for Paralegal Plus Members

    Only $129 for Non-Members

    • 16 Aug 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • 09 Aug 2019
    • 3:00 PM
    • Online
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    ALL SESSIONS ARE RECORDED. A comprehensive eDiscovery Project Management Program. This 8 session program covers the fundamentals you need to know including EDRM, Collection, Process, Review; International eDiscovery; cost controls; legal project management; legal holds; and more. For those who are just beginning eDiscovery or those who would like more formal training. Taught by subject matter experts known in the field.  PLEASE IGNORE START AND END DATE AS THIS PROGRAM IS ONLINE, ONDEMAND AND YOU CAN START AT ANYTIME.


    View onDemand 24/7 and study at your own pace. Conducted by live instructors with slides, materials, PowerPoints, discussions. You can email instructions with questions. No refunds. Substitute may be provided.


    Please ignore dates. These dates indicate when recordings are no longer available in catalog.


    • 12 Dec 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM (PST)
    • Online
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    Learn legal and eDiscovery project management techniques and organize your projects according to consistent, repeatable, and measurable practices. You will be introduced to legal and eDiscovery project management best practices, documentation and methodologies, budgets and quality controls and communication best practices.

     

    Goals and Objectives
    Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

    • Demonstrate knowledge of the legal, litigation, discovery and eDiscovery industries.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of legal, eDiscovery and project management processes.
    • Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the EDRM model.
    • Explain key industry, eDiscovery and project management terms.
    • Explain legal and eDiscovery project workflows, scoping, cost estimates and budgets.
    • Demonstrate problem-solving, critical and analytical thinking skills when evaluating eDiscovery projects.
    • Clearly and efficiently communicate project requirements and timelines to stakeholders.
    • Apply course information and materials to real world legal and eDiscovery projects.

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