Practical Tips and Ethical Considerations for Client Representation in the Digital Age

Practical Tips and Ethical Considerations for Client Representation in the Digital Age

This CLE is organized by the University at Buffalo School of Law & the Law Alumni Association’s GOLD Group.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

The Buffalo Club* (free parking) 388 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, NY

1 - 5 p.m.

This program will feature:

  • Jennifer A. Beckage, Esq. '07, Partner, Beckage PLLC
  • Stephen Boyd, Esq. ’98, Partner, The Law Offices of Steve Boyd and John Elmore
  • Riane F. Lafferty, Esq. , Associate Attorney, Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC
  • Michael Ponterio, Esq., Partner, Lipsitz & Ponterio, LLC

CLE: Earn 4.0 CLE credits in Ethics and Professionalism. (These credits qualify as transitional or non-transitional credits.)

Cost: $60 for Paid LAA Members l $85 for All Others. Fee includes program, reception and cookie break.

To attend, please register online.

CLE Materials

Part One: Ethical Obligations to Safeguard Your Client’s Data

Part Two: Balancing Ethical Requirements with the Need to Publicly Defend Your Client

Part Three: Attorney Advertising and Social Media

Part Four: Ethics and Referrals