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Lexis CLE: Ethics For Legal Professionals When Using Technology

Lexis CLE: Ethics For Legal Professionals When Using Technology Online

Tuesday, April 30, 2024
11:00am - 12:00pm Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
All Department of Commerce Staff (Except PTO)

Join us for a virtual Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program facilitated by LexisNexis. To receive credit from the program, attendees must be present for the entire class.

Technology continues to reshape every aspect of our personal and professional lives. This ethics course is designed for new and seasoned legal professionals – attorneys, paralegals and staff members alike – to review and reinforce common ethical duties related to the use of technology. The course zeroes in on the most common ethical issues that arise daily across all legal roles and best practices for using social media and the open web, conducting legal and factual research, and adopting emerging AI technology solutions.

LexisNexis seeks credit based on the content, but type of credit allowed is determined by the state governing MCLE Board. Please note that approval of a course is at the discretion of each state bar.

Access to Lexis requires an OpenAthens account. Request an account if you do not already have one. This training will be recorded and will be viewable later on this page.

This class is tailored toward attorneys looking to gain Continuing Legal Education credit, but all DOC staff are welcome to attend.

Registration is required. There are 9,990 seats available.

For webinar help, check out our Webinar FAQs. The Library uses Microsoft Teams for all events. You may be prompted to download the Teams desktop app when joining the event. Joining via the Teams app will provide the best experience, but it is not required; users may also choose to join by browser (Teams is compatible with Chrome and Edge browsers).

Lobby. You will be admitted from the Lobby once the program begins.

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For accommodation requests, including sign language interpreting, please email us at research@doc.gov.