Before teaching with Lawline, you'll need to submit the course materials for your program by the agreed upon deadline. The materials needed are below:
- Title, Course Description and Learning Objectives
- Presenter bio(s) and digital photo(s)
- PowerPoint Slide Deck
Guidelines for your presentation are listed below:
- A PowerPoint presentation, in a .ppt or .pptx file format, is required. Our system cannot accommodate animations, transitions, or hyperlinks.
- Please use a large font size.
- The PowerPoint should (1) be useful standing alone without the accompanying video and (2) serve as a general resource after course completion. We recommend at least 30 (detailed, text-based) slides for a 60 minute presentation.
- Statutes, opinions, regulations, pleadings, etc. must be accompanied by an explanation of their relevance and any related practice tips. If you use hypotheticals, you must include a written discussion and/or responses somewhere in the PowerPoint.
- Please also include a final slide with 3 - 5 key takeaways to help the viewer review what they have learned. You can find examples of takeaways attached to your confirmation email.
- If you wish to play audio or video clips during your program, please discuss with your Lawline Contact in advance of the program. While we can use media during a program, we cannot play clips that are embedded in your slides.
- If you are unsure of your contact, reach out to our Customer Support team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (877) 516-0660 and a member of our team will be happy to assist!
Supplemental materials are not required for your presentation, but are encouraged! This can be the inclusion of material such as sample agreements or other legal documents, links to resource libraries, citations to cases, or other information that would be useful to attorneys practicing in this area. Send any supplemental materials to your Lawline Contact in PDF format. They will be made available to viewers for download