Energy Law

How to Read and Own the Virtual Room

December 8, 2020

Program begins at 3:00 pm Central

Past Event

MCLE Credit will not be requested.

Details for connecting to the program will be sent after you register. If you registered but did not receive a link to participate in the program, please email Ryan Frome.

Duration: 60 minutes

IEL: +1.972.244.3422
Fax: +1.972.244.3401


We're all living in front of a screen. Everyone spends countless hours in Zoom hearings, virtual depositions and videoconference meetings. Although we are socially distanced, faces are more up close and personal than ever before and now we have the opportunity to understand more of how our message is being received by the audience and how to make an effective presentation. Everyone can benefit from a lesson on “How to Read and Own the Virtual Room.”

Join IEL’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Committee on December 8, 2020, for an interactive discussion with Natalie Weakly, renowned image consultant and stylist. Natalie has spent over a decade building a highly cultivated toolkit to help her clients feel confident, empowered and prepared for any event or occasion.

This interactive webinar session will provide you with:

  • Easily-applicable tips for looking your signature best on videoconferencing meetings,
  • The best way to build trust, even virtually,
  • A crash course on how to read facial expressions, and
  • Recommendations on what to do with the information you observe.

We hope you will join us for this interactive discussion.

Program begins at 3:00 pm Central
Duration: 60 minutes


  • $0 - IEL Member
  • $0 - IEL Supporting or Sustaining Member Employee
  • $50 - Non-Member

CLE Credit

MCLE credit for this program will not be requested in any jurisdiction.

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