L.A.P.E.C. - P.D.L.E.S - CPD House - LMS

   
Log in

Social Networking Practice guidelines + Social media contents as evidence in criminal or civil litigation - V

  • 28 Dec 2017
  • 28 Dec 2018
  • Accredited Video CPD

Registration


Register

Professionalism:
Social Networking Practice guidelines  

Substantive:
Social media contents as evidence in criminal or civil litigation

This program contains _1/2_ Professionalism Hour(s).

This program is eligible for up to __1/2__ Substantive Hours

Educator: Justice Rick Libman Ontario Court of Justice

Purpose/Objective:

Professionalism:

Obligation of legal services providers to ensure confidential information and communications of clients are properly safeguarded and preserved

The duty to safeguard privacy and evidence obtained through social media; informing authorities and turning over evidence to authorities when obtained by social media

Substantive:

Social media contents as evidence in criminal or civil litigation: use of social media, web-sites for collection evidence, contacting witnesses by legal services providers. Privacy issues in computer use and sharing documents will also be discussed

The use of social media to investigate, gather evidence, contacting witnesses; privacy issues in sharing information with third parties; waiver of right of confidentiality

Refund and registration policy
24/ Online Support: 
How to register, access and system requirements

"L.A.P.E.C." Legal and Professional Education College is Registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005”  © 2014-2017 L.A.P.E.C. All Rights Reserved.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software