Noel Edlin will speak about how Virtual Reality (VR) will disrupt the way law is practiced at the Emerging and Environmental Claims Managers Association (EECMA) Conference on Friday, April 28. Although in its nascent stage, VR is already being applied in other professions such as healthcare, education, and space exploration. Noel will discuss how VR will soon be used in the courtroom, in trial preparation, and to collaborate across great distances. He will also demonstrate how VR could be used in an environmental case.
Noel is a frequent speaker at the annual EECMA Conference, which focuses on the latest trends in environmental and toxic tort law. The conference is being held this year at Loews Sapphire Falls Hotel in Orlando, Florida from April 26-28. Attendees can earn CLE and CE credit and insurance professionals have access to reduced registration rates. For more information, view the agenda. Click here to register.