WEBINAR Case Studies: Confidentiality & Attorney-Client Privilege v. The Cloud [Q181212WBR]

WEBINAR Case Studies: Confidentiality & Attorney-Client Privilege v. The Cloud [Q181212WBR]

Seminar Date: December 12, 2017
Seminar Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
CLE Credits: Ethics: 1.00

List Price:$35.00
Number of Registrants:  
What is a Webinar?
A webinar consists of one or more instructors delivering content primarily via audio and a PowerPoint™ presentation. Unlike in a webcast, you will not see the instructor; you will only hear his/her voice and see the PowerPoint™ presentation on your screen as the instructor delivers the material. You will receive a PDF of the coursebook, just as you would for an in-person or webcast program.
 

TUITION
Solo and Small Practice Section Members: $0 (discount applied at checkout)
Active Attorneys/Non-Section Members: $35
Law Students: $0
(after adding seminar to cart, enter promo code LSNN and click checkout) 

 

Please contact Peter Roberts for webinar technical support at pete@practicelawadvisor.com


  

Presented in partnership with WSBA Solo and Small Practice Section 

 

Join the Solo and Small Practice Section for a webinar only ethics program covering the analysis of the impact of communication technologies on a lawyer’s obligations under the RPCs.

 

FACULTY
Mark Johnson - Johnson Flora Sprangers PLLC, Seattle


SCHEDULE
11:30 a.m. Webinar Login Opens
12:00 p.m. Webinar Begins
1:00 p.m. Adjourn 


WHAT IS A WEBINAR?
A webinar consists of one or more instructors delivering content primarily via audio and a PowerPoint™ presentation. Unlike in a webcast, you will not see the instructor; you will only hear his/her voice and see the PowerPoint™ presentation on your screen as the instructor delivers the material. You will receive a PDF of the coursebook, just as you would for an in-person or webcast program.



For accessibility or accommodation requests, or other questions, please email cle@wsba.org or call 206-443-WSBA (toll free: 800-945-WSBA). 
 

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