February 23, 2010
Internet, Blogs, and Social Networking: Legal and Ethical Issues for Lawyers
Speaker: Anthony Rose, LLM '07, Adjunct Professor and Partner, Meitus Gelbert Rose, LLP
Location: IH 245
This is the third year of Operation: L.A.W.S. (Law Alumni Working with Students), a mock-interview program designed to help prepare current students to transition into life after graduation while at the same time, exposing them to the variety of career paths available for todays legal professionals. You can help!!
The first event of this year's program is: Internet, Blogs, and Social Networking: Legal and Ethical Issues for Lawyers, presented by Anthony Rose, LLM07, Adjunct Professor and Partner, Meitus Gelbert Rose, LLP
- May a lawyer and a judge be friends on Facebook?
- Can a lawyer befriend a witness online in order to find impeachment evidence against him?
- Can a lawyer or judge discuss any aspects of a pending case on a blog or networking page?
This one-hour presentation will highlight some of the relevant laws and issues involved in the use of these immensely popular tools.
CLE will count as one hour of ethics CLE credit (State of Indiana)
Cost complimentary for members of the IU School of Law-Indianapolis Alumni Association; non-member graduates are$30/person (includes a one year membership to the Alumni Association.)
Parking complimentary parking for those attending the CLE and reception
will be available at the Indiana History Center parking lot, located just east
of Inlow Hall.
If you have questions about these programs, please contact Danny Kibble, Director of Alumni Programs at (317) 2742289, email@example.com or Chasity Thompson, Asst. Dean for the Office of Professional Development at (317) 278-3001, firstname.lastname@example.org.