You’re convinced social media is needed and have dipped your toes in the water. However, you now need to understand how to fit it in your schedule more seamlessly and find out what channels to take a deeper dive, including understanding social media and ethical issues that lawyers must consider.
When: June 20, 2013 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Presenters: Natalie Alesi and Samantha Collier
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Join Samantha and Natalie as they take a closer look at the top channels for legal, share the top tips for gaining full client attention and cover legal ethics gotchas, including a discussion of the following hot-button issues:
- Can lawyers friend a judge on Facebook?
- Is being connected to opposing counsel a problem?
- Can lawyers answer questions on Quora, LawPivot or Avvo?
- What constitutes dispensing advice on social channels?
- Can a lawyer advise a client in litigation to delete their profile?
- What do the rules and ethics opinions say about lawyers use of social media?
Natalie Alesi – Natalie’s experience and passion is sharing, technology, and continuous learning. She has turned that passion and experience into a global consulting practice with law firms and Fortune 500 companies. Natalie specializes specifically with social media and cloud technologies focusing on user adoption, change/project management, coaching and communications. Have a question, need some guidance or share the same passion? Feel free to connect with Natalie on any of your favorite social channels including her favorite channel Google+. Natalie is the Principal at LegalersWelcome, Inc.
Samantha Collier – Samantha Collier assists lawyers, law firms and legal industry consultants in their social media marketing efforts., The author of Social Media for Law Firms, winner of the 2011 Canadian Law Blog Awards in the Best Practice Management Category, Samantha is also recognized in ”The 24: Canada’s Top Legal Social Media Influencers” from The Counsel Network. Samantha is the Director of Social Media & Content Development at SHIFT Digital Media”.Tweet