Meet Your CLE Requirements and Get Real-World Compliance Tips
Texting and e-mail are an indelible part of our personal and professional lives, yet their use still constantly raises new ethical questions and creates new grey areas. Are you taking all the necessary precautions to protect yourself and your clients? Don't be lulled into a false sense of security and into an easily preventable mistake. Let our experienced attorney faculty bring you up to speed on the ethical implications of client communications by text. Gain real-world ethical guidance for setting up e-mail, sending and receiving messages, using apps and public WiFi, and more - register today!
Determine when it's ok to use texts to contact clients.
Enhance your knowledge of different e-mail functions that help secure data.
Learn how to incorporate texts into the case file.
Retrieve electronic information without overstepping legal or ethical boundaries.
Find out how attorney e-mails can be used in discovery.
Explore the legal and ethical implications of using apps.
Continuing Legal Education CO CLE
- 4.00Approval Exp. 12/31/2023
NBI, Inc. is a Certified Provider, as recognized by the Colorado Supreme Court Continuing Legal and Judicial Education Committee. This program may qualify for up to 4.0 hours of home study general Colorado Continuing Legal Education Credit, including 3.60 ethics credit.
CHARLES F. LUCE JR. is a partner with the Denver law firm of Moye White LLP, chair of its intellectual property group, and co-chair of its law practice professionals group. A graduate of the universities of Colorado (B.A.) and Oregon (J.D.), he is a frequent author and speaker on the impact of technology on legal ethics and the practice of law. Mr. Luce has served as a lecturer for law in professional responsibility at the University of Denver, and since 1986 as a member of the Colorado Bar Association's Ethics Committee. He is the publisher of Charles Luce on Legal Ethics and the Practice of Law, the first Internet website devoted to Colorado legal ethics issues, and a blog of the same name (coloradolegalethics.com).
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