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Ethics in the Electronic Age (Original Live Program Date 1/15/09)
Using technology to communicate with clients, the court, and the public is a necessary part of a lawyer's job. But incorrectly using those tools can lead to disaster, particularly when it comes to client confidences and secrets. This program will address common mistakes that lawyers have made with cell phones, speaker phones, voicemail, e-mail, and wireless handheld devices like Blackberries. Additionally, the program will address new means of sharing documents with the court system, with guidance on how to use those systems ethically and efficiently. Finally, the audience will learn about how the next generation of Internet communications (e.g., blogs and social networks) carry with them even greater risks to go with their benefits.

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