CLE: Social Media and other Electronic Data
How to Get it Admitted In Criminal, Family, And Other Civil Cases
Speakers: Honorable Anne Albright, Circuit Court for Montgomery County; Honorable Carlos Acosta, District Court for Montgomery County; Jim Trusty, Principal, Ifrah Law; Michael DeHaven, Partner, Smith, Gildea and Schmidt, LLC; Diane Kilcoyne, Principal, ESI Group; Christy Zlatkus, Associate, Avery and Upton
The use of social media has become ubiquitous in our society. Litigation attorneys are ethically obligated to know what their clients and opponents are doing on social media - to know where to look for potentially crucial evidence. Attorneys also need to be able to collect this evidence properly, and then understand how to get it admitted into the court. Come learn about the latest case law relating to the use of this evidence in criminal, family and other civil cases.
Registration Fees: Early Bird/After Early Bird
New Practitioners $35/$45
Law School Student Member No Fee
Early Bird ends October 23; Rates increase October 24
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