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Come to Denver for great learning, great networking, and lots of fun!

What can videographers expect at the NCRA 2019 Convention & Expo this Aug. 15-18 in Denver, Colo.? Lots of networking, lots of learning, and lots of great fun! Don’t miss the opportunity for reconnecting with old friends and building your network with new ones – make sure to build your relationships at the Opening Reception, during scheduled coffee breaks, and share your experiences with colleagues old and new at the Saturday Awards Luncheon and Member Recognition Gala on Saturday night. People staying in the hotel block also get the chance to jump-start their days with breakfast with other attendees. In addition, you can attend several sessions specifically created for legal videographers, where you can pose your questions to experts in the field and learn from your colleagues. Or attend sessions designed for court reporters and firm owners to get a better sense of their needs and how you can build your business.

Haven’t registered yet? You still have time! Online registration is open through July 31.

More interested in the CEU opportunities? Check out these sessions for legal videographers.

Trial technology consultant Robb Helt will be presenting a session called “Preparing for the Realities of Presentation at Trial.” Mostly geared toward those who are integrating a video file with a transcript, Helt says he will be delving deep into the work of preparing for trial and how evidence gets presented.

“Preparation is the key to anything at a high level,” Helt says. “We will deep dive into exactly why digital reporting is crap and should be outlawed. This is from the perspective of a trial technology consultant who has seen more trials, mediations, and arbitrations than most lawyers in their lifetime. I will be discussing the trial presentation software, OnCue, and how it can be used by more than just trial techs.”

In addition, Marshall Fox, CLVS, will present “Mix It Up: A Look into Live Video Mixing Software.” He explains: “VMix video software is being used more and more by legal videographers for deposition work. We will show those who attend how to set up and use Vmix software in deposition settings. We will show how to capture video in different formats, how to set up picture in picture with multiple video sources, and how to use video conferencing.”

And don’t overlook “Cyber Security Incident & Cases: Protect Your Data!” presented by cybersecurity expert Matt Gonzalez, Ph.D. Gonzalez will explore our growing dependence on technology and refresh you on the latest in cyber security. “Your online presence is a responsibility, requiring awareness, compliance, and vigilance of your data,” says Gonzalez. “I’ll be sharing ways that you can keep yourself safe online, help you figure out who to trust, and what you can do to keep your data protected.”

Interested in learning more about the sessions available at the 2019 NCRA Annual Convention & Expo? Visit for the full schedule or to register.

For information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Mary Petto, Senior Director of External Affairs at

* Schedule subject to change

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