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Friday, March 14, 2014

Upcoming Full-Day Social Media Legal Program

From Strategically SocialOn June 6, 2014, IICLE will present a full-day program on the legal and ethical issues that arise in the use of social media.  Strategically Social author Julie Tappendorf is on the faculty, and will be presenting a session called "Ethics Jeopardy." The program will be informational and entertaining. Just like Facebook, right?

You can find out more and register on IICLE's website.  A description and outline of the program is below: 
IICLE®'s 2nd Annual Social Media Law Institute is a forum for litigators, in-house counsel, labor, employment and business law attorneys, government or private practice attorneys and other legal professionals who want more information about the legal implications of social media across a broad variety of topics. Knowledgeable professionals on social media in a variety of venues join the faculty for this program, creating materials and presentations to help you be better prepared for handing these issues in your practice
2nd Annual
Social Media Law Institute

Covering Three Important Practice Areas
for Social Media Use

 1:  Use of Social Media in the Workplace
  •  Use of Social Media by HR & by Employees
  •  Managing the Use of Social Media by HR & by Employees
 2:  Use of Social Media in the Courtroom
  •  Social Media in Litigation
 3:  Use of Social Media in the Law Firm
  • A Brief Guide to Attorney Social Media Ethics
  • Ethics Jeopardy – Social Media Edition


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