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Perfecting Persuasive Presentation Skills

February 24, 2023

Live in person hours Only at Horry Georgetown Technical  College, 950 Crabtree Lane Room 642, Myrtle Beach – No Other Site Locations 

The SC Bar CLE Division is proud to offer a special live seminar in Myrtle Beach featuring three dynamic and knowledgeable speakers on the practical aspects of trial practice persuasion, cutting edge trial technology, and legal ethics and lawyer mental health and well-being. 

The morning session features presentations by Stuart Teicher - the CLE Performer.  First, Stuart will deliver a powerful and thought-provoking two-hour ethics presentation entitled “Siri and Alexa Are Out to Get You.”  In this discussion, Stuart will cover the topics like technology and the lawyer’s duty to maintain competence (Rule 1.1), problems inherent in using virtual assistants (Rule 1.6), Artificial Intelligence and confidentiality (Rule 1.6), supervision (Rule 5.1/5.3), and deep fakes and our duty to advise (Rule 2.1).  He will also discuss issues with the Metaverse – misconduct (Rule 8.4; Rule 3.4) and Issues with digital signatures (Rule 1.0).  Stuart will next provide that all-important SA/MH credit hour with a powerful and practical analysis of lawyer mental health with “What my Facebook Posts Teach about Lawyer Mental Health.”  Stuart posts some funny stuff on Facbook while on the road as a CLE teacher. But the difference is that most of his posts actually teach some important mental health lessons for lawyers. Join him as he discusses how lawyers are affected by anxiety, compassion fatigue, over-functioning, and more.

The afternoon portion of our seminar features Charleston lawyer and national speaker Justin Kahn, as well as New Jersey litigator Jonathan Lomurro.  Justin and Jonathan will teach you how to develop your litigation practice without breaking the bank (or your mind) by adding affordable software and the skills to seamlessly use that software in your next trial.

If you are looking for 6 fantastic live, in-person CLE credits, including a full year of LEPR and SA/MH, this is a program you won’t want to miss.  And as a bonus, this program is covered by the SC Bar CLE Big Ticket – so there’s no extra charge for Big Ticket subscribers!  Don’t have the Big Ticket?  Click here to find out how you can save on the best live and online CLE in South Carolina!

This seminar is an intermediate level program.

This program qualifies for 6.0 MCLE; 2.0 LEPR and 1.0 SA/MH

SC Supreme Commission on CLE Course #: 234633


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NameOrganizationSpeaking At
Justin Kahn
Kahn Law Firm, LLP  -
Stuart Teicher


Continuing Education



8:20 a.m.           Registration

8:50 a.m.           Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:00 a.m.           Siri and Alexa Are Out to Get You

Stuart Teicher, East Brunswick, NJ

11:00 a.m.        Break

11:15 a.m.        What My Facebook Posts Teach about Lawyer Mental Health

Stuart Teicher

12:15 p.m.        Lunch (on your own)

1:30 p.m.           Presenting Your Case Persuasively-How to Persuade the Trier of Fact Using Visuals and Demonstrative Evidence

Justin S. Kahn, Kahn Law Firm, Charleston, SC

2:30 p.m.           Technology Is Your Friend- Learn how to do more with apps like Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Keynote and more

Justin S. Khan

Jonathan H. Lomurro LLM, Lomurro, Munson, Cromer, Brown, & Schottland, LLC, Freehold, NJ

3:30 p.m.           Break

3:45 p.m.           Putting It All Together- How to use visual aids to illustrate key points; how to incorporate multimedia elements such as video or audio clips; how to use presentation software to create a professional and cohesive look

Justin S. Khan

4:45 p.m.           Adjourn