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April 12, 2019
Knoxville Bar Association
Approved for Dual CLE Credit, Law Office Management, Legal Technology, Social Media, Solo & Small Firm
The CLE Program "How to Advise Clients, Manage Judicial Holds, and Discovery with Social Media" was originally presented and recorded on April 12, 2019.
This course outlines how to properly advise your clients about the risks and liabilities when they use social media networks. We will also discuss using social media as evidence and understanding judicial holds. Based on recent ethics opinions, it is clear that lawyers are required to understand the basics of how social media platforms function in order to advise clients on the impact of their behavior. Also, if you are going to trial, you may need to be able to communicate about various social platforms. Attorneys will learn: (1) How People Use Social Media in Their Daily Lives; (2) Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and More; (3) Judicial Holds and Deleting Social Media Information; (4) Discovering Issues Around Social Media; and (5) When Is Something Public and When Is It Private? After this course, you will be able to guide your clients more effectively, communicate clearly regarding issues surrounding publishing on social networks and know which possible areas should be avoided for ethical reasons.
Speaker: Brianna Brailey, Get Noticed Get Found (GNGF)
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Approved for 45 minutes of "Online" Dual CLE Credit.
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