Legal Ethics and Social Media

$169.00

This CLE covers legal ethics issues that arise from social media use. Part one of the presentation covers issues of solicitation and advertising and the confidentiality rules implicated by social media use. Part two discusses the investigative uses of social media including competence, collecting and preserving social media evidence, contact with represented and unrepresented persons using social media, researching and contacting jurors using social media, and impeaching witnesses using social media.


If you’re unable to participate in this Live Webinar, this course is also available On-Demand.

Definitions

Live Webinar/Rebroadcast – The live course is available on the webinar date and time listed below.
On-Demand – The original video and course material is available and accessible at your convenience.


To access the On-Demand version of this course, click the On-Demand Course button below.

[button size=”medium” style=”primary” text=”On-Demand Course” link=”https://lawpracticecle.com/courses/legal-ethics-and-social-media-self-study/”]


To purchase the Live Webinar, click the “Add to cart” button below.

Want a discount? Become a member by purchasing LawPracticeCLE Unlimited or Limited Time Unlimited Special!

Event Details

Webinar Date

Webinar Time

Course Type

Original Date Of Course

Course Instructor

Hilary P. Gerzhoy, Mark Davis

Ethics Credits

2

Course Description

This CLE covers legal ethics issues that arise from social media use. Part one of the presentation covers issues of solicitation and advertising and the confidentiality rules implicated by social media use. Part two discusses the investigative uses of social media including competence, collecting and preserving social media evidence, contact with represented and unrepresented persons using social media, researching and contacting jurors using social media, and impeaching witnesses using social media.

Principles

  • Advertising and Marketing Using Social Media
  • Investigative Uses of Social Media
  • Conflicts

Syllabus

  1. Advertising and Marketing Using Social MediA
    1. Confidentiality
    2. Solicitation and Advertising
  2. Investigative Uses of Social Media
    1. Competence
    2. Evidence: Relevancy and Preservation
    3. Contact With Represented Persons
    4. Researching and Contacting Jurors
    5. Impeaching Witnesses
  3. Conflicts

Instructors

Hilary P. Gerzhoy

Mark Davis

You may also like…