The State Bar Practice411™ Breakfast & Business: Eggs, Ethics, and Answers series is part of the State Bar Practice411 program that travels statewide to assist lawyers in improving their efficiency in the delivery of legal services and in implementing systems and controls to reduce risk and improve client relations. The next seminar, in Wausau on April 17, focuses on what lawyers need to know about technology.
March 20, 2013 – The State Bar Practice411™ Breakfast & Business: Eggs, Ethics, and Answers program travels to Wausau on April 17. The program, which focuses on what lawyers need to know about technology in their office today and tomorrow, features State Bar Practice Management Advisor Nerino Petro and Professional Ethics Committee member Dean R. Dietrich.
Technology is a fact of life for lawyers, and the pace of technological change continues to increase. From issues such as metadata and redaction to backup and securing your information to social networking and cloud storage, what are the challenges that face Wisconsin lawyers not only today but tomorrow? This session will address everyday ethical questions related to lawyers’ use of technology in their practice, such as:
What is the ABA’s Ethics 20/20 Commission, and why should Wisconsin lawyers should care about its recommendations?
What do lawyers need to know about social networking including Facebook, Twitter, and their competitors, not only for themselves but for their clients in an employment law context?
What does cloud computing mean for lawyers, and what are the ethical issues that you need to understand before using it?
Practice411 assists lawyers in improving their efficiency in the delivery of legal services and in implementing systems and controls to reduce risk and improve client relations. This seminar is part of Practice411’s Breakfast and Business Series, which travels statewide to give members the opportunity to meet and learn solutions to law practice management issues.
Tuition, Registration, and CLE
Tuition is $75 for members, $90 for nonmembers, and $30 for Ultimate Pass™ holders. The programs will be submitted for up to 3.5 CLE and EPR credits. Register online or contact the State Bar at (800) 728-7788 or (608) 257-3838.