Location: 2nd Floor Auditorium
Course ID: C092314
Credits: 2.5 NJ: 2.5 General
2.5 NY Credits: 0.5 Ethics; 1 PP; 1 Skills; Transitional and Non-transitional;
Whether you are a technological neophyte or a tech genius,
all lawyers need to be aware of the issues and ethical considerations surrounding
one of the most rapidly developing areas
of law on disclosure and evidence. Our panel of experts will explore such
When may communications through social media be
useful and even critical to your client's claim or defense?
you show that publically inaccessible social media are material and necessary
to a claim or defense, to compel disclosure of this evidence?
What limitations may be placed on the scope and
means of accessing this evidence?
Once you obtain communications transmitted
through social media, how do you authenticate them and lay a foundation for
Co-Sponsor: NYCLA 's Judicial
Hon. Lucy Billings, NYS Sup. Ct
Justice Efrain Alvarado, N.Y.S.
Sup. Ct., Criminal Div.
Ganfer & Shore, LLP;
Robert Genis, Sonin &
Ignatius Grande, Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP