Don’t miss the NABE April Webinar - My PowerPoint Can Do That? Tim Eigo on The Art of Presenting
Do you know how your eyes close during a presentation, as your mind drifts toward the days when you thought learning could be fun? Yeah, us too. We hear more and more about how people are visual thinkers, but PowerPoint largely remains a land where text is king. Tim Eigo will share some ways to depose that monarch and help engage your audience at the upcoming NABE Webinar on April 26, 12 pm Central/1 pm Eastern. Click here to register now and for more details.
Complete Online “Support Card” for LSC Funding
This is the last week for individuals to enlist as Legal Aid Defenders in the ABA’s grassroots campaign to save LSC funding and still have their cards delivered during ABA Day (April 25-27). Please encourage legal aid supporters in your state to go to www.DefendLegalAid.org this week to participate in the campaign.
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