Using Social Media in the Jury Selection Process

    Using Social Media in the Jury Selection Process
    ETHICS 90 min

    Using Social Media in the Jury Selection Process

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    • Recording date: October 15, 2014
    • Product Code: CE1410JSMUMB
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    Social media today is ubiquitous. Facebook reports 1.23 billion monthly users, and LinkedIn reports 300 million. The odds are that someone on your jury panel is using one or both. Because social media is so pervasive, lawyers need to understand how to ethically incorporate social media review into their litigation practice.

    Learn from our panel of experts as they:

    • Analyze ABA Formal Ethics Opinion 466
    • Review best practices, including how to educate the judge about social media and work with opposing counsel to develop social media protocols
    • Discuss the successful use of social media in securing impartial and fair juries

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    Donald R Lundberg, John G Browning, Scott L Malouf

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    10/15/2014 12:00:00 AM

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