Ethical Considerations in an Age of Technology
Program originally held on October 7, 2011
Alternate date: Monday, November 21, 2011 [click to view options]
E-mail and social networking sites are rapidly becoming the preferred method of communication. If you are a lawyer or paralegal, it is critical for you to understand how the use of these tools can trigger the duty of client confidentiality and other professional obligations. View this video stream and learn best practices for ethical use of Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and LinkedIn for the purposes of communicating with clients, marketing your legal services and networking with your colleagues.
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