38th Annual Convention - Using Your Powers for Good – Part 3
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August 19, 2020
Minnesota Association for Justice
Mediation, Medical Records, Medicine, Trial Skills
38th Annual Convention – Part 3
MAJ Center for Legal Education
706 Second Ave S, Suite 140
Duration: 220 Minutes
30 Minutes Using Social Media at Trial Jennifer Lipinski, Gordon & Partners, P.A.
40 Minutes Trials in the Time of COVID – What We Can Learn From the Criminal Bar Anna Petosky, Assistant County Attorney, Hennepin County Attorney's Office Darcy Sherman, Assistant Hennepin County Public Defender
30 Minutes Using PowerPoint to Magnify the Impact of Your Case Cliff Atkinson, Author of Beyond Bullet Points
20 Minutes Mediating in a Zoom World Kristi J. Paulson, PowerHouse Mediation & Paulson Mingus Law
55 Minutes Emergency Neuroimaging Dr. Blake Johnson, MD, FACR, Center for Diagnostic Imaging
45 Minutes How to Get Your Clients’ Medical Records While Protecting Their Bottom Line: Control Costs with Cures Act Updates to HITECH Emily Grace Thomas, Olsman, MacKenzie Peacock & Wallace
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