This MCLE is presented by WENDY WEN YUN CHANG, ESQ.
2 hours of ethics CLE will be provided.
Saturday, January 30, 2016
9:30 AM - Noon
**LOCATION CHANGE TO:**
Loyola Law School
919 Albany St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Technology is central to modern legal practice. Our phones today are more powerful in some ways than desktop computers were 20 years ago. Technology helps us practice both faster and at a higher level of quality, often in ways we cannot see. But this growth comes at a potential price. Cyberthreats come hand-in-hand with technology use, and the way we use technology can unknowingly heighten our risk of being hacked, and breaching our ethical obligations. This 2-hour presentation will go through common types of technology used in modern legal practice, review lawyer ethical responsibilities related thereto, discuss how cyberthreats come about in relation to that use, how those threats can be managed and, in the event of a breach, what the ethical rules require in response.
Early Bird Rate (Until 1/25/16)
- $65 for non-members
- $45 for members of all co-sponsoring organizations.
Regular Price (After 1/25/16 & at the door)
- $70 for non-members
- $50 for members of all co-sponsoring organizations. Student and Non-Attorney Price: $10.
For more information, please contact Luci-Ellen Chun at firstname.lastname@example.org.