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Social media is a burgeoning platform for lawyers to market themselves and their services.  This session addresses all aspects of the lawyer’s online ethical obligations, such as problematic issues that arise when lawyers use social media to market themselves; connecting with current and prospective clients; and commenting on developments in the law or on pending matters. Recommendations for ethically navigating throughout this rapidly evolving and sometimes nebulous area are included.

Program Information
Program Date:
October 29, 2011
Program Location:
2011 Solo Small Firm Conference
Social Media: Ethical Issues
Speaker Information
Shayne L. Aldridge   [ view bio ]
Erin Wright
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Illinois State Bar Association
Total General MCLE Hours: 0.75
Including Professional Responsibility: 0.75
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