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What Attorneys and Firms Need to Know to be Successful and Ethical on the Internet Today

Thursday, April 20, 2017; 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

2 NY Credits: 1.5 Skills; 0.5 Ethics; 2 NJ Credits: 2 General

Program Co-sponsor: NYCLA’s Young Lawyers Section

Program Chair: Christopher M. Seleski, Tolmage Peskin Harris & Falick, Co-Chair, NYCLA’s YLS

Faculty: Alexander Acker, Adventure House; Dan Foley, Tailored Ink; Nicole Hyland, Frankfurt Kurnit; Michael Myers, Picture More Business; Michael Tesalona, Bradford & Crabtree

The first time many of your clients will see your law firm will be through your website. A good legal website:

  • Builds trust in the credibility and professionalism of your practice

  • Differentiates your firm from the competition

  • Drives in new leads, resulting in new business

  • Describes your capabilities and represents your law practice

  • Complies with the New York Rules of Professional Conduct

Over the course of the program,, five experts from some of New York’s best in web design, content creation, SEO, photography, and legal ethicists, will share their insight on building a better digital presence that is differentiated, creative, and ethical. They will cite website examples and give insider tips on what it takes to create a strong digital presence in 2017. You’ll also learn how your website can constitute “advertising” and “solicitation”; how to safely describe your services and representative matters; and what disclaimers and recordkeeping you need to comply with the evolving attorney disciplinary rules.

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