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Ethan Wall, a social media law author and attorney, has been elected to be a member of the Florida Bar’s Young Lawyers Division 2015 Board of Governors. His two-year term will begin June 30, 2015.
Wall recently launched Social Media Law and Order, an education company created to deliver presentations, seminars, webinars and educational resources on all subjects relating to social media and the law. The company educates individuals, companies and organizations about social media-related legal issues affecting the legal and business communities.
Prior to founding Social Media Law and Order, Wall practiced social media, Internet and intellectual property law at Richman Greer, P.A. where he quickly became widely recognized as an authority on the effects of social media on the law. Wall authored three books on the effects of social media on the law, including “Fire over Facebook: A Primer on Protected Social Media Activity in the Workplace” and “Best Practice Guide for Managing Employee Social Media Use” and the “Social Media Guide for Lawyers, a legal guide on how lawyers can practically, ethically and effectively use social media in their practice.”
Wall received his Juris Doctor cum laude from the Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center, where he currently services as Vice President of the Alumni Board of Directors, and earned his Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies with honors from the University of Central Florida. He is a member of the United States Supreme Court and The Florida Bar.
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CEO & Founder of Social Media Law & Order
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.