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Wednesday, April 2 • 10:00am - 11:00am
CLE Credit Seminar: Social Media and Website Tips for Lawyers presented by Brooklyn Bar Association

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Social Media and Website Tips for Lawyers. 

Discussion of various social media websites and their application to lawyers, including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter; Dos and Don'ts for a good and effective law firm website from a marketing perspective; Tips on blogging by lawyers; Ethical issues concerning social media and websites.

This will be a 1 hour program with 1/2 credit for skills and 1/2 credit for ethics.
Moderators
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Meredith Symonds

CLE Director, Brooklyn Bar Association

Speakers
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Andrew Cabasso

Founder, Brooklyn Bar Association
Provide internet marketing service to small and medium-sized law firms, including mobile-ready website design, SEO, Adwords campaign managment. Publish a blog at jurispage.com/blog covering topics related to law firm website design, search engine optimization, internet marketing, legal tech startups, and law practice management.
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Richard Klass

Brooklyn Bar Association
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Pery Krinsky

Principal, Pery Krinsky
PERY D. KRINSKY is the principal of KRINSKY, PLLC, where he focuses his practice on ethics-based defense litigation. Before forming his own law firm, Mr. Krinsky was associated with the law firm of LaRossa & Ross, and then the Law Offices Of Michael S. Ross. MR. KRINSKY’S ethics-based defense litigation practice focuses on: Federal & State Attorney/Judicial Ethics Matters, including: representing attorneys and law firms under investigation by disciplinary authorities and...
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Wednesday April 2, 2014 10:00am - 11:00am
Salon H

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