Date: Wednesday, July 28, 2021, 2:00 – 2:45 PM EST
As we move toward a paperless world, finding a way to organize and use materials at trial can be challenging. This webinar demonstrates how you can use an Excel spreadsheet to organize and synthesize discovery, create hyperlinks to quickly access audio, video, photographic exhibits, take notes during jury selection and trial, prepare and execute direct and cross-examinations for witnesses, and have all the court filings in one place at your fingertips. It is the virtual trial notebook you can create using an Excel spreadsheet.
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Scott Holmes, J.D., Associate Professor of Law and Supervising Attorney for the Civil Litigation Clinic, North Carolina Central University School of Law
Scott Holmes is an Associate Professor of Law at North Carolina Central University in Durham, where he supervises the Civil Litigation Clinic, and teaches Restorative Justice, Criminal Procedure, Legal Problems of the Poor, and Trial Practice.
The NCCU Civil Litigation Clinic handles related to police misconduct, prison conditions, fair housing, and eviction defense. Professor Holmes is also the faculty advisor for student groups interested in Restorative Justice, Civil Rights, and Wrongful Conviction.
He maintains a pro bono practice at his previous law firm focusing on protester defense, First Amendment litigation and capital defense. In recent years he has represented Anti-racism protesters charged with removing the confederate monument in Durham and Chapel Hill. With a focus on racial equity, he has represented protesters, prisoners, and panhandlers as he works to empower and amplify marginalized voices in his community.
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