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Astroturfing to Technethics, the New Vocabulary of Ethics
As legal ethics continue to try to keep up with technology, the vocabulary also changes. Here are some key terms you should know.
Using Social Media During Jury Trials
Social media is part of daily life for most Americans, including jurors. Where do lawyers draw the line for ethical research of jurors using social media?
Minimize the Risk of an Ethics Complaint
Minimizing the risk of ethics complaints may seem overwhelming. The truth is, a small investment of your time goes a long way!
Hiring Someone to Run Your Legal Marketing? Here’s What You Need to Know
This post was written by Megan Zavieh and originally published on Lawyerist.com on April 21, 2016. If you outsource your
Managing Your Online Reputation: From Poor Reviews to Bad Press + Everything in Between with Jordan Schuetzle [LGE 59]
Did you know that potential clients are judging you based on what others are saying about you online? In this
Nurturing Your Social Media Presence to Avoid Ethics Issues with Erin Gerstenzang [LGE 057]
Social media is a necessary part of doing business in the digital age. As a lawyer, it’s important to be
Ethics Rules for Lawyers: Should We Change Advertising Rules?
ABA’s “The Marketing Issue” for March / April 2019 features Megan’s wise words on ethics rules for lawyers related to
Social Media for Lawyers: Protect Your Reputation and Your Practice
Social media for lawyers can be a slippery slope. You want to get in front of your target audience and
Legal Marketing Strategies, Hiring, & Legal Ethics: What Lawyers Need to Know
Legal marketing strategies are the keys to reaching your target audience. Yet, marketing can be a full-time job. This leads