As more attorneys are working from home, and finding time for social media posts, it is important to remember which posts constitute mere news updates and which constitute “Attorney Advertising.” This program will cover the history of attorney advertising, starting from the constitutional issues raised in foundational Supreme Court cases, refresh everyone’s recollection as to the current ethics rules-including what language needs to be provided in attorney advertisements or reposts of advertisements-and examine how social media may change the application of the constitutional theories underlying attorney advertising rules.
July 16, 2020
Monroe County Bar Center for Education
Ethics Credits: 1.00
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Full Price: $30.00