Ethics and Social Media in Court

In this webinar, we'll examine a variety of real-world cases demonstrating the many ways lawyers have intentionally or unintentionally breached the rules of ethics or trial procedure with the use of common social media platforms and messaging apps. We'll also discuss how these problems are being addressed by various State Bar Disciplinary Systems. We'll share examples of how fiduciary duty and conflicts of interest are often intertwined and inconsistent with the use of websites, testimonials, and inappropriate communications between parties (and by the judge) during trials and ongoing proceedings.

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Course Details:

Formats Available
Audio Recording, Video, Text
Release Date
Dec 12, 2018 - 3 pm
On Demand
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Course Duration
60 minutes
Cost
Free

Claude Ducloux

About your speaker

Claude Ducloux, LawPay's director of education, ethics and compliance, has nearly four decades of experience practicing law. Claude has earned many professional honors for his dedication to educating attorneys, including the Gene Cavin Award for Lifetime Achievement in Teaching Continuing Education.

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