Think only associates and staff members have discussions about social media? Think again.
Thirty-one federal courts judges and prestigious attorneys from across the State of Florida talked shop about tweets, blogs, and Facebook followers at the Federal Judicial Roundtable at The Florida Bar Annual Convention.
Sponsored by The Florida Bar’s Federal Court Practice Committee, judges and attorneys discussed issues involved technology in the courtroom, what it means for the future of the profession, and how it can help and hinder transparency and professionalism. Topics included the use of cameras in the courtroom and the impact of new media — like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube — on the legal profession.
What discussions are you having about social media at your firm?
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Ethan teaches social media CLE programs to lawyers, law firms, and legal associations. He can design a one hour, half day, or full day workshop at your office, firm retreat, or conference that will be approved for both ethics and general CLE credit. Learn more about how Ethan can be your social media law keynote speaker at your next conference on topics related to social media and the law.