Becoming a Tech-Savvy Lawyer

Part of the Raising the Bar Program

Ethics rules require that lawyers provide competent representation to a client. Did you know that most state bars now require lawyers to be technologically competent as well? You’ll learn what this rule really means for lawyers, and how you can become more tech savvy to help protect yourself and your clients.

Join Elizabeth Farrell Clifford for a relevant and informative presentation that will touch on that and much more, including:

  • Should you “endorse” your friend’s legal skills on LinkedIn?
  • Is it okay to criticize opposing counsel in a private Facebook post?
  • Can you save client files to “the cloud”?

Monday, October 22, 2018 at 12:30pm

Roberts Hall, Room 208

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