An attorney’s stock and trade is built upon the personal connections and relationships. Whether is is reassuring clients, taking a deposition, jury selections or just the daily work within the firm, meetings and face time has been a cornerstone of your career.
Now, on a dime you are being asked to complete those same tasks without the toolkit of interpersonal skills you have built up through the years. Today, video conferences rules the day but with few written rules. The New Hampshire Bar Association is glad to assist you with this pivot. Below are resources from technology to technique that will help you build a new toolbox for these video conferencing times.
Becoming a Virtual Meeting Expert
National Institute for Trial Advocacy: 10 Tips for Presenting Yourself Online
North Carolina Bar: Zoom Tips for Hosts and Participants
Oregon State Bar Professional Liability Fund: Virtual Meeting Tool Comparison Chart
Harvard Business Review: What It Takes to Run a Great Virtual Meeting
Attorney at Work: Reassuring Clients You’re Prepared for COVID-19
Electronic Meeting and Video Conferencing Resources
Indianapolis Bar: Online Meeting Platform Presentation
TechConnect: Web Meeting Comparison Chart