It’s that time of year, for lawyers anyway, to make sure they are up to date on their continuing legal education hours, which includes the need for the all important 2.0 ethics credit hours.
For our local readers who happen to be lawyers in need of such credits, the Ramsey County Bar Association has an amazing program for you entitled “Issues and Trends in the Ethical Use of Social Media and Technology.”
The speakers for this program include:
- Amy Mahowald, Assistant Director, Minnesota Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility
- Terrie Wheeler, President and Founder, Professional Services Marketing, LLC
- Steve Baird, Chair Intellectual Property Department, Winthrop & Weinstine, P.A.
And, the esteemed moderator for the panel portion of this discussion is Leanne Fuith, Dean, Career and Professional Development, Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
Details are here on how to register for the May 24 program (in my humble opinion, it’s an amazing bargain at $35 for RCBA members and $50 for nonmembers), come one and all.
To the extent you’re not in need of ethics credits, much less continuing legal education credits, come for the behind the scenes remarks I’ll be sharing about the creation of DuetsBlog.