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MS Powerpoint for Legal Presentations

Everything you need to know about Microsoft PowerPoint to create effective presentation slides.

This course has been specifically designed for lawyers and legal professionals in mind and aims to provide useful advice on how to use basic functions in PowerPoint such as creating slides from a template, adding screenshots and SmartArt to more complex functions such as adding audio and video functions.
This online module is complemented by our optional Tech Tuesday sessions. Each session is an hour-long, face-to-face tutoring session on one of the three MS Office productivity tools to help you with any outstanding questions you may have about applying what you learnt in the online modules to your work. You can register for any Tech Tuesday session here.


Your Instructor


Singapore Academy of Law
Singapore Academy of Law

The Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) is a promotion and development agency for Singapore’s legal industry.

Our Legal Industry Framework for Training and Education (LIFTED) programme is designed to help members identify and develop core and specialist competencies in their particular areas of practice. We work with industry stakeholders to tailor programmes to encourage development, experimentation and innovative thinking.


Course Curriculum


  Create Impactful and Effective Presentation Slides
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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
Can I claim Private CPD Points?
Please note that claiming Private CPD Points is an honour-based, self assessment process on your part. All reference to specific CPD points is merely indicative and it is the responsibility of the individual lawyer to satisfy him/herself that the activity in question is a 'CPD Activity' as defined in the rules and guidelines. You are advised to keep records relating to your undertaking of the activity, amongst other things, if you wish to rely on it to claim Private CPD Points. Please refer to the SILE CPD Centre for more information on Claiming Private CPD Points (https://www.silecpdcentre.sg/Lawyer/CPD-Requirement/Private-CPD-Points/)