While technology can help law firms with efficiency and are instrumental to the modern practice of law, the tools of the trade are not without risk.
From confidentiality concerns to e-discovery blunders to marketing mishaps, there are a lot of ethical implications for a firm to consider. You don’t need to go get a degree in computer science to use technology ethically and securely, you just need to first have awareness and then take steps to mitigate risk. Many technology blunders are the result of end-user error.
In this session, explore practical ways for lawyers to leverage practice tools, apps and software while complying with ethical requirements.
- Catherine S. Reach, North Carolina Bar Association, Cary
Session from NCBA 2020 Annual Review, October 15, 2020
North Carolina: 1.00 MCLE Hour
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