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Data Visualization for Attorneys

Date: Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Time: 1:00 - 2:30 pm EST
Length: 90 minutes

Sponsored by Lorman Education Services

Registration for Session Only: $199.00

Registration plus Session Recording and Written Materials: $268.00


Better acquaint yourself with the process of data analysis and how to visually present big data evidence.

The use of big data and data analysis is the new normal for clients. Seeing the benefits for their own business, a client cannot help but wonder why their attorneys are not using data analysis to litigate their cases.

This topic is an opportunity to acquaint yourself with the process of data analysis and understand how big data and the data analysis process can transform a mountain of numerical gibberish to simple and effective trial exhibits. There will also be a great deal of discussion on the ethical traps for the unwary when dealing with digital evidence and some of the steps a litigator can take to protect themselves and their clients.

Areas Covered in the Session:

Introduction to Basic Graphs

  • Pie Charts (Time Distribution)
  • Regression Plots (Alimony Example)
  • Density Graphs (FLSA Time Clock Example)

Advanced Graphics

  • Geospatial Analysis (Cell Tower Example)
  • Network Graphs (Email Correspondence Example)

Ethical and Practical Issues in Graphic Analysis

  • Data Visualization as a Process (Cleaning, Analysis, Conclusion)
  • Problems in Overloading Graphics (Communicating Too Much)
  • Ethical Concerns

Practical Steps to Avoid Missteps

Credit Information (Sponsored by Lorman Education Services):

  • CLE
  • NALA
For Detailed Credit Information page click here

Only registered attendee will receive continuing education credit.

Instructor Profile:

Patrick T. Cronin, Esq., Eastern Computer Forensics

  • Partner in the law firm of Cronin and Berkowitz. Cronin and Berkowitz focuses on litigating wage and hour claims on a representational basis using advanced data analytics to prove potential claims
  • Principal in the forensic firm of Eastern Computer Forensics. Eastern Computer Forensics provides litigation support to law firms in the areas of data analysis, historic cell tower analysis, and forensic cell phone/hard drive analysis
  • Conducts regular seminars on data analysis and data visualization for attorneys
  • Has been admitted in both criminal and civil proceedings as an expert on data analysis topics
  • J.D. degree, Rutgers University; B.S. degree in computer science, William Paterson University; Cert. Forensic Analysis, Champlain College; Cert. Data Analysis, Johns Hopkins University
  • Can be contacted at or 856-278-5009

(Not available outside the US)