Don’t Flinch or Cringe During a Video Conference Meeting

Due to robust bandwidth and technological improvements in high definition video and large screens, an applicant's facial expressions during a video teleconferencing job interview with a lawyer can eliminate him from contention for a prized job at a prominent law firm. A person's facial expressions during a web or video teleconference meeting may convince a lawyer he's guilty of a misdeed and he could be slapped with a life changing lawsuit. Lawyers are constantly monitoring facial expressions and body language; seeking information that people are not volunteering and defining their personality. With the upgrades in technology some lawyers have been convinced they will finally be able to notice every little facial movement during a web conference. People will also be life size on the big screen.

Motorola and Cisco utilized the high quality image technology in video teleconference meetings to interview and select their legal team for a Supreme Court Argument. Those who winced during the interview while being peppered with difficult questions probably wished they were using older technology.

With the impressive improvements in sound quality and clarity of the picture, the majority of lawyers might become enthusiastic about video teleconferencing for depositions. Law offices will be able to substantially reduce their travel costs and shrink their carbon output. Video teleconferencing may soon become a significant factor in the legal profession.

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