March 11, 2010
Facebook, Twitter, et al. and the Law
~ written by Matt Crumpton, Managing Member, Crumpton Law LLC
As technology evolves, the law (and attorneys) must evolve with it. The rise of social media, with sites such as Facebook and Twitter, as a method of communication cannot be ignored by attorneys.
The Social Media and the Law CLE, presented on April 15, 1:45 to 5:00pm, will assist lawyers in their technical savvy and evolution. Approved for 3.0 CLE credit hours including 1.0 hour ethics, the topics include defining social media and the key sites, social media marketing for lawyers, intellectual property developments with social media, social media in the workplace, and the ethics of using social media in discovery.
Presenters include seminar organizer Matt Crumpton, Crumpton Law LLC; Rachel Janutis, Capital University Law School; Brian Hall, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP, and Bob Morgan, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP. To register for CLE programs at your friendly neighborhood bar, visit www.cbalaw.org/cle or call 614/221.4112.