The Evolution of Attorney Ethics & Technology
How Social Media, Remote Conferencing, and AI Have Shaped Our Obligations
11:00 am - 12:00 pm Central
How can attorneys keep up with the ever-changing technology landscape, particularly in light of our ethical obligations? As attorneys, our practice must also evolve with technological advances. In fact, it is our ethical duty. Thus, what are our ethical obligations related to Zoom, social media, Google, and ChatGPT? Consider this your ethics refresher course as we delve into real situations attorneys must face dealing with technology and the emergence of Artificial Intelligence.
This session was assembled and will be presented by a group of attorneys from the Higginbotham Inn of Court.
Webinar begins at 11:00 am Central
Duration: 1 hour
- $15 - Regular Registration
- $0 - ILT Advisory Board Members
- $0 - ILT Sustaining or Supporting Member Employees
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- $0 - YTP Members
- $0 - YTP Student Members
- Beverly Baughman, Toyota Motor North America, Plano, TX
- Kathleen Cruz, Burke Bogdanowicz PLLC, Dallas, TX
- Jordan Curry, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C., Dallas, TX
- Semaj Garrett, Stewart Law Group PLLC, Dallas, TX
- Nicole Knox, Law Office of Nicole Knox, Dallas, TX
- Nicole Paige, Munck Wilson Mandala, LLP, Dallas, TX
- Paul Simon, Simon | Paschal PLLC, Frisco, TX
- Amber Webb Sims, AT&T, Dallas, TX
This program is approved by the State Bar of Texas for a total of 1.0 hour, of which 1.0 credit hour will apply to ethics/professional responsibility credit. Texas Course ID Number: 174198233.
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