“I’ll show you that on my iPad, Your Honor” – Mobile Computing in Litigation
FREE CLE: Sponsored by CityMac & Buncombe County Bar
February 8, 2013 and February 26, 2013
Registration starts at 12:30 and online at www.ashevillebarbuild.com, limited capacity. Program from 1-2p.m. (both dates)
Location: CityMac, 755 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC
The world is rapidly changing as a result of technology. Lawyers have a responsibility to the practice and their clients to keep up with these evolving tools, which herald fundamental changes in the practice of law. This seminar will explore the way technology has affected the way lawyers obtain, store, and use documents, information, and evidence. We will discuss the use of emerging technologies such as the iPad in office, discovery and trial settings. We will explore the ethics and professional concerns about these technologies within the practice of law.
The one hour program will include:
- real world examples of the use of technology
- environmental and practical issues supporting technology
- use of mobile technology in the courtroom
- helpful and reliable applications
- dangers of technology
Presenter: James W. Kilbourne, Esq.
James W. Kilbourne has been practicing law since 1997. He is a member of the North Carolina State Bar and focuses his practice in civil litigation. A consistent forerunner in the adoption of technology for the courtroom, Mr. Kilbourne has extensive, real-world experience in the use of various technologies throughout the course of a civil suit, and specifically relative to tablet-based technologies in trial and throughout his practice. Recently, he was likely the first attorney to make a paperless argument before the Federal Circuit Court in Washington.