Legal Ethics and Lawyers’ Use of Social Media

Readers interested in the various ethical implications relating to the use (and nonuse) of social-media by legal professionals also may be interested in a just-published law review article on the topic.  The article is published in the current edition of the Delaware Law Review, which is available here as a PDF:

Ethical Risks Arising From Lawyers’ Use of (and Refusal to Use) Social Media

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2 responses to “Legal Ethics and Lawyers’ Use of Social Media”

  1. ACU Frank says:

    As an HR professional, it doesn’t take much effort to see the similar pitfalls we both face in our use – or non-use – of social media. I’ve argued for several years that examination of the “virtual” lives of applicants will someday be part of our normal due diligence in the hiring process, and I think we’re rapidly approaching that point. At the same time, there are many potential missteps to be made in what I post, how I respond to posts, and who I “friend” or “follow”. I think your law review article provides a lot of great examples I can use in refining my own professional online “dos and don’ts”. Thanks for linking!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Damned if you do; damned if you don’t.

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