Paul J. Unger

Affinity Consulting Group

Paul J. Unger is a national speaker, attorney, author and thought-leader in the legal technology industry. He served as Chair of the ACLEA Midyear Conference in Savannah, GA (2016), Chair of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center (2012-13, 2013-14) (www.lawtechnology.org/), was former Chair of ABA TECHSHOW (2011) (www.techshow.com), and is a member of the American Bar Association, Columbus Bar Association, and Ohio State Bar Association. He specializes in time, task & distraction management, document and case management, paperless office strategies, litigation technology, and legal-specific technology education throughout the United States, Canada and Australia. Mr. Unger has provided trial presentation consultation for over 400 cases. In his spare time, he likes to run, garden and restore historic homes.

My Sessions

How to Better Manage Your Workload & Email

Columbus EF

These days, we find ourselves constantly distracted by technology, connectivity, and information overload – from email, instant messaging, social media, phone calls, and other interruptions. These distractions cause very smart people to underperform. Using common technologies like Outlook, we will teach you how to take back control and own your technology, instead of it owning […]


Case in PowerPoint: Presentations for the Legal Profession

Grand Ballroom F

PowerPoint gets a bad rap because it’s often used so poorly, but there’s no question it is invaluable to the legal profession. This course focuses specifically on PowerPoint content unique to lawyers, whether you’re presenting evidence in the courtroom or building a flow chart to explain an AB trust. We’ll show how PowerPoint is ideal […]

Core Production Tools

The Fundamentals of Today’s Technology-Enhanced Courtroom

Columbus CD

Whether you are the litigator or the judge, if the anxiety of walking into a courtroom packed with technology is too much to bear, this session is for you. Learn about the types of equipment you might encounter, how to prepare for the effective use of courtroom technology, and the tools you might bring yourself. […]