I rarely mention State Bar CLEs, as their own marketing machine is pretty darn robust. But I am intrigued by this offering, which will be taught by Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch. (See more about them and their work here.) If those names sound familiar, it’s because they wrote a book on the subject. (Read down below to see how your CLE registration also gets you a copy of the book.)
The seminar is titled “The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet: Super Search Engine Strategies and Investigative Research.” A long title, but they plan to cover quite a bit. Here’s the description:
“Learn how the Internet is changing the way legal professionals need to research and run their practice to competently represent their clients. Find out if failing to ‘Google’ as part of the due diligence process could keep you from winning a case or successfully completing a transaction. Uncover the best research strategies and learn to master Google. Discover how attorneys are using free public record sites and sites with free ‘publicly available’ information, including social networking sites (Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Google Plus, and LinkedIn) for discovery, trial preparation, background checks, and locating missing persons.”
“Don’t be left behind in exploiting this gold mine of information that will assist you in meeting your investigative research obligations. Come join Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, internationally recognized Internet trainers and authors of six American Bar Association books, who will show you how to be a cybersleuth to unearth information FREE (or at low cost!) on the Net. Each attendee will receive a copy of their 500 page book, The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet, 12th edition revised (2013)—a $64.95 value.”
Intrigued? Here’s where you can register.
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