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August 07, 2012

Social Media's Place in the ABA's Digital Ethics

0812ltnp27Now that the American Bar Association's House of Delegates has approved the Commission on Ethics 20/20 resolutions to update the Model Rules of Professional Conduct, Robert Ambrogi's 10 tips to ensure your social media practices won't run afoul of the ABA are especially relevant.

For example, remember that "the best way to stay out of trouble with any medium is to understand how it works." This could equally apply to social media in matters of preservation and discovery. Read the full article from LTN, "10 Tips to Keep Social Networking in Line With ABA Ethics."

Editor's note: This post has been updated to reflect the House of Delegates vote.

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