PowerPoint for Legal

Level: Intermediate
Runtime: 61 minutes
Recorded Date: December 05, 2019
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  • PowerPoint Basics
  • Inserting Clip Art & Photographs
  • Creating Document Callouts
  • Inserting Video Clips
  • Using Color & Animation to Fill Objects
  • Inserting Sound Files
  • Flow Charts
  • Creating a Timeline
  • Inserting Spreadsheets and Charts into PowerPoint
  • Using Design Templates & Themes
  • Inserting Image as PowerPoint Backdrop
  • Adding Animation of Object to Existing Photograph
Runtime: 1 hour, 1 minutes
Recorded: December 5, 2019


In this session, we’ll focus on the most useful and practical features of PowerPoint for legal professionals, including new ones you may not be aware of. Join Affinity Partner Paul J. Unger and moderator Danielle DavisRoe, to learn how to utilize PowerPoint better.

This program was recorded on December 5th, 2019.

Provided By

American Bar Association


Danielle E. DavisRoe, Esq.

Senior Consultant
Affinity Consulting

Whether it’s teaching clients a new skill, writing a macro to automate a complicated task, fixing a document that doesn’t work properly or automating a complex set of documents, Danielle, who is part of our document automation team, is 100-percent focused on making the lives of her clients better.

After working as an attorney in domestic relations for several years, Danielle found her way to Affinity and to this day she is always on the lookout for better ways to do things. She carries new strategies she finds with her as she works with the clients her team supports.

Danielle has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business and a Juris Doctorate from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.

Paul Unger

Affinity Consulting Group

Paul J. Unger is a national speaker, writer and thought-leader in the legal technology industry.

He is an attorney and founding principal of Affinity Consulting Group. He is the chair of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center, former chair of ABA TECHSHOW, member of the American Bar Association, Columbus Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, Ohio Association for Justice, and Central Ohio Association for Justice.

He specializes in trial presentation and litigation technology, document and case management, paperless office strategies, and legal-specific software training for law firms and legal departments throughout the Midwest. Mr. Unger has provided trial presentation consultation for over 400 cases. He is an adjunct professor for Capital University Law Schools Paralegal Program.

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