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Nicole Benjamin Presents on Social Media and the Practice of Law

The Young Lawyers Committee of the Rhode Island Chapter of the Federal Bar Association presents the second installment of its LUNCH & LEARN SERIES:

Social Media and the Practice of Law:  How Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter Can Help Fulfill Your Duty of Competency.

This free program includes lunch, one Rhode Island CLE credit, and is geared towards new attorneys and law students

Social media sites are pervasive and they are here to stay.  It is estimated that more than 25 billion devices are connected to the Internet, providing lawyers with cutting-edge tools and a wealth of evidence for their cases.  Learn how to maximize the use of social media in your litigation practice.  Whether you are in the preliminary stages of investigating a matter, determining how to effectuate service of process, engaged in electronic discovery, or preparing to conduct voir dire, social media is invaluable.

Thursday, April 28, 2016
Adler Pollock & Sheehan
One Citizens Plaza, 8th Floor, Providence RI 02903

Space is limited. RSVP ASAP but no later than April 19th to Mason Waring at mwaring@cck-law.com

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