Law Technology News
December 1999
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Litigation Showcase

High-Tech Trials: The Future Is Already Here
By Samuel Solomon

Litigation @ The Speed of Thought
All rules have changed in the last 15 years as technology transforms trials.
By Michael Arkfeld

Courts Experiment with Trial Technology
Money and politics are difficult hurdles as courts try to upgrade.
By Tom O'Connor

The Early Bird Settles The Case: Quick Analysis Can Minimize Exposure
How to evaluate the merits of a dispute before it blows up into litigation.
By Greg Krehel

Instant Gratification in Courtrooms
Real-time transcripts allows lawyers to focus on testimony, not notetaking.
By Chris Santella

Want Your Case To Sizzle? Animate It!
Animation can clarify confusing or detailed information, and help you persuade jurors.
By Bernard Bergman

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mis@The San Francisco Public Defender's Office

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