1-Hour Program

See Credit Details Below

Overview

Ethical Implications of Social Media Use for Lawyers

  • Risks of social media with respect to lawyers’ professional obligations to clients
  • Employee social media policy and compliance invoking attorney conflicts of interests issues
  • Managing user-generated content including the fiduciary obligations of lawyers
  • Evidence for social media with respect to lawyers’ professional relations to courts
  • Disciplinary Procedures for attorneys and recent state bar association ethics opinions
  • Social Media in the Courtroom
  • Juror misconduct and implication of lawyers’ disciplinary rules
  • Judges, social media, and the norms relating to judicial civility

Mark H. Francis, Leah Kelman, Ariel Risinger, James A. Sherer

Credit Details