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Aired September 30th
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Digital has become a common and integral piece of the legal proceedings conversation. It's important to be well versed and educated about existing tools and the realm of digital capabilities.

How can you best conduct legal proceedings digitally? You'll get tips on achieving strong audio to generate the best possible transcript and guidance on automatic speech recognition tools and how they can help with the process. We’ve recruited experts from BlueLedge, Justice AV Solutions and others to share these key insights.

Please Note: This course was eligible for AAERT CEU credit. 


Watch now to explore:

  • Top tips on new digital technologies to use for depositions
  • Advice on different ways of sourcing the end transcript
  • Insights on tools that generate the highest quality transcripts

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Meet our Speakers

Benjamin Jaffe

Digital Training & Development Manager, BlueLedge

Jaffe leads training and development for BlueLedge, developing B2B and B2G relationships to encourage the enrollment of students in its e-learning system. Prior to BlueLedge, Jaffe held leadership roles in a range of industries, including legal, media, education and government. From 2014 to 2018, he led the legal technology team at Orange Legal, servicing law firms throughout Florida.

Lisa Dees

Program Manager, Justice AV Solutions (JAVS)

Lisa Dees is on a mission to bring digital court reporting into present workflows and focuses on the Notewise product line at JAVS. Lisa began her career as a stenographic court reporter more than 20 years ago. Dees served as a digital court reporter for the 9th Judicial Circuit Court in Florida until 2006. She later became the court’s support specialist and focused on the design and implementation of new reporting technologies. Dees also spent seven years working in product development for Veri-Core, where she designed and created digital court reporting software. She spent six years in the freelance world of court reporting, working in the field as a reporter, trainer, contract manager and in business development. Until last year, Dees worked for eScribers as their Reporting Business Development Specialist.

Anthony Sirna

Legal Strategist & Customer Success Manager, Verbit

Tony has over 20 years of experience in legal and the implementation of technology and currently oversees the legal vertical at Verbit. Previously, he was Director of Customer Success for Workshare, a legal tech company supporting AMLAW 100 clients. He also has a background managing client delivery and in project management.

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