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Social Media and Attorneys
[Free Webinar]

This on-demand, free legal webinar focuses on defining social media success, remaining ethical, and offers tips on how and what to post to strengthen your law firm's online presence.

In this webinar, you'll learn how to:

  • Set social media goals "In Real Life (IRL)"
  • Define social media success
  • Follow practical ethics considerations
  • And much more!

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About our Special Guest
Scott Malouf
Social Media Attorney & Solo Practitioner
Scott helps other lawyers identify social media evidence, and resulting claims, in all phases of litigation and investigations. He also helps organizations use social media for business, advising on social media guidelines, policies, practices and crisis response. Scott is also an active member of the New York State Bar Association’s Social Media Committee, where he co-authored the Social Media Ethics Guidelines, an influential national ethics resource and contributed to the Social Media Jury Instructions Report. He also manages the Section’s Twitter feed and chairs CLEs.
 
About our Host
Josh Taylor
Attorney & Legal Content Marketing Manager
For years, Josh has helped lawyers become more organized, productive, and profitable.  A trained litigator, Josh came to Smokeball from a large law firm with a hunger to help small firms do better in every way.  He has traveled the country working with and learning from lawyers and their staff.  Josh speaks regularly to bar associations about successful law firm practices.  In addition to his work at Smokeball, Josh serves on the Writing Resource Center staff at The John Marshall Law School.  Besides legal technology, his research interests include judicial decision-making, jury decision-making and psychology, and legal writing.  He holds his J.D., cum laude, from Washington University in St. Louis, where he served as a Senior Editor of the Law Review, held the prestigious Thompson Coburn Research Fellowship, and clerked at the U.S. District Court for the E.D. Missouri.  He holds a B.A. and B.M. from UConn, making him a Huskies basketball fan through and through.