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    $79 for All SFTLA Members and Staff
    $99 for Guest Group

    75 minutes
    Date Published

    June 28, 2016


    San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association


    Social Media


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    Social media has become an important part of practice, including for marketing, business development, research and advising clients. This webinar will discuss the key considerations for ethically and effectively using social media in marketing your legal practice to avoid potential traps.

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    Merri Baldwin

    Merri Baldwin is a shareholder at Rogers Joseph O’Donnell, where her practice focuses on attorney liability and commercial... Read More

    Andrew Dilworth

    Andrew Dilworth is a litigation partner with the San Francisco-based law firm of Cooper, White & Cooper LLP. He counsels... Read More

    Kimberly Wong

    Kimberly Wong is an attorney at the Veen Firm where she litigates complex catastrophic injury cases involving negligence,... Read More

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    To Tweet or Not to Tweet: How to Use Social Media in Today’s Online World - Video
    To Tweet or Not to Tweet: How to Use Social Media in Today’s Online World - Paper
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