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2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers
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2011 02-17 cybertraps for law students and young lawyers

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This seminar describes some of the potential cybertraps faced by law students and young lawyers.

This seminar describes some of the potential cybertraps faced by law students and young lawyers.

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  • 1. Cybertraps for Law Students(and Young Lawyers)<br />Frederick S. Lane<br />1L Seminar Series<br />Vermont Law School<br />23 March 2011<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  • 2. Lecture Overview<br />Introduction<br />Intellectual Property Cybertraps<br />Electronic Communications Cybertraps<br />Blogging and Social Networking Cybertraps<br />Electronic Investigation Cybertraps<br />Criminal Cybertraps<br />More Resources<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  • 3. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant &amp; Lecturer<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  • 4. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant &amp; Lecturer<br />Author of 6 Books<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  • 5. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant &amp; Lecturer<br />Author of 6 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  • 6. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant &amp; Lecturer<br />Author of 6 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />10 Years -- Burlington (VT) School Board<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  • 7. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant &amp; Lecturer<br />Author of 6 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />10 Years -- Burlington (VT) School Board<br />Technology &amp; Privacy Specialist<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  • 8. Introduction<br />Attorney, Educational Consultant &amp; Lecturer<br />Author of 6 Books<br />Computer Forensics Expert<br />10 Years -- Burlington (VT) School Board<br />Technology &amp; Privacy Specialist<br />Student Safety Advocate<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  • 9. Intellectual Property Cybertraps<br />Academic Honesty<br />Copyright Infringement – Web sites<br />Text and/or images<br />Trademark Infringement<br />Web site names, online IDs<br />Identity Theft<br />Personal Intellectual Property Theft<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />
  • 10. Electronic Communication Cybertraps<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />A Duty of Confidentiality<br />There Is Only One Secure Form of Communication<br />Electronic Communication Is Inherently Insecure … and Ephemeral<br />Brevity Can Be Ambiguous<br />“Reply All” – and the Ethics of Misdelivered Communications<br />When Will You Have Time to Think?<br />
  • 11. Blogging &amp; Social Networking Cybertraps<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />What’s the Status of Your Online Brand?<br />Are Your Posts Protected by the First Amendment?<br />Do Your Posts Reveal Client Information?<br />Do Your Posts Constitute the Practice of Law?<br />Should You “Friend” Your Clients, Opposing Counsel, Witnesses, Jurors, or Judges?<br />Do Your Social Network Activities Constitute “Advertising”?<br />
  • 12. Electronic Investigation Cybertraps<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />You’re An Attorney, Not a Witness<br />Even If Information Is Publicly Available, Someone Else Has to Retrieve It<br />The Actions of Your Investigator May Be Imputed to You<br />Disclosure May Be Required Before “Friending” an Investigative Target<br />Overlooking Online Material May Subject an Attorney to Malpractice Charges<br />
  • 13. Criminal Cybertraps<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />Fraud<br />Theft of Trade Secrets<br />Misuse of Client Information/Evidence<br />Hacking<br />Prostitution and Solicitation for Sexual Purposes<br />Solicitation of Minors<br />Child Pornography<br />
  • 14. More Resources<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />Professors and Law School<br />State Bar Associations<br />State Ethics Panels<br />American Bar Association<br />Search Engines:<br />“Attorney charged computer ____________”<br />“Lawyer ethics online”<br />
  • 15. Cybertraps for Law Students(and Young Lawyers)<br />Frederick S. Lane<br />1L Seminar Series<br />Vermont Law School<br />23 March 2011<br />www.FrederickLane.com<br />

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