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Transitioning from TrialDirector 6.8 to TRIAL DIRECTOR (aka TrialDirector 360)

Transitioning from TrialDirector 6.8 to TRIAL DIRECTOR (aka TrialDirector 360) By Susanne Strong, Trainer, IPRO Product Learning Experience Team  If your company has recently switched from TrialDirector 6.8 to TRIAL DIRECTOR (aka TrialDirector 360) don’t fret. If you haven’t, check out more about transitioning to TRIAL DIRECTOR. The products might look different with the layouts and workflows contrasting a bit, but the basics are the same. Even though c

TRIAL DIRECTOR Presenting Documents

By Brittany Thaler, ACP eDiscovery  When it comes to Trial presentation, practice makes perfect. To ease your practice and pull up documents with ease, the Learning Experience Team has some recommendations for you:   Set standardized naming conventions for your Item ID, Exhibit Number, and Trial Exhibit Number fields.  If you have a standardized way of entering information into Evidence, that muscle memory will translate with ease onto Presentation.   

TRIAL DIRECTOR – Presentation Tips & Tricks

TRIAL DIRECTOR – Presentation Tips & Tricks By Susanne Strong, Content Developer, IPRO Learning Experience Team When it comes to getting ready for Trial, practice and preparation are key. As a former Paralegal and Trial Technician, I believe in the tried-and-true method of practicing before being put in the hot seat. Whenever I had a spare moment, I practiced using Presentation Mode and Presentation Preview in TrialDirector. Why? Simply because prac

Working as a team to build your TRIAL DIRECTOR Case with Data Sync

Working as a team to build your TRIAL DIRECTOR Case with Data Sync By Julie Badger Today’s topic is about the Data Sync capabilities of TRIAL DIRECTOR. If you’re on the legacy version of TrialDirector 6.8, you’re used to using pack and go to take your case to trial and you are likely the only person working on the case in TrialDirector 6. When you switch to TRIAL DIRECTORyou’ll see a whole world of possibility open up. When you create your ca

Why You Too Should be Utilizing Workbooks in TRIAL DIRECTOR

Why You Too Should be Utilizing Workbooks in TRIAL DIRECTOR By Susanne Strong, Content Developer, IPRO’s Learning Experience Team As a former Paralegal, I am a huge fan of organization. In fact, you could say that organization is one of the key factors as to why I was successful in my past roles  and why I continue to be as a Content Developer here at IPRO. The fact that I love organization may be why Workbooks in TRIAL DIRECTOR just happen to be one of

TrialDirector Training: Where do I Start?

TRIAL DIRECTOR Training: Where do I Start? By Brittany Thaler, ACP eDiscovery When it comes to trial, time is limited. There are so many deadlines, motions, hard copies, and settlement talks floating around that there simply isn’t enough time in the day to breathe, let alone remember how to use IPRO TRIAL DIRECTOR  It’s even more frustrating when you’ve transitioned over from TrialDirector 6.8 to TRIAL DIRECTOR (also known as TrialDirector 360) and you

Hot Seat Operation: TRIAL DIRECTOR Shortcut Keys

By Susanne Strong, Content Developer, IPRO’s Learning Experience Team  When it comes to Hot Seat Operation, knowing your shortcut keys is well, key. The more you know, the better off you are. When I first started learning all my shortcuts, I didn’t have them all memorized like I do now. “Back in the day,” I wrote the most important hotkeys down on an index card for reference. While now obsolete, index cards were once the holy grail of cue cards. Luckily for you guys, command and keyboa

TRIAL DIRECTOR Display Settings

By Brittany Thaler, ACP eDiscovery  Trial is a beast; and sometimes tips, tricks and settings in TRIAL DIRECTOR get left behind.  As always, we have a course and content to help you out! Today’s focus is on settings. Display settings and best practices can be easily forgotten when dealing with the tremendous amounts of detail that Trial requires. What are some great recommended settings?    Set your monitor resolution to 1920x1080 with 100% scaling. This shou
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