Susan Stobbart Shapiro to Speak on Preserving and Admitting Social Media Evidence
May 6, 2016
Is it ethical to "friend" parties, witnesses, and jurors, and access "public" and "private" profiles? Susan Stobbart Shapiro will discuss the answers to these questions and more at the upcoming Anne Arundel Bar Association CLE on preserving and admitting social media evidence. Susan will offer insight into how to use social media and the Internet for investigative research in discovery, trial preparation, juror research, background checks, and more. She will explore best practices for gathering, preserving and authenticating social media and web evidence for use at trial. Susan will also discuss the potential ethical traps posed by the use of social network sites and how to avoid these traps by configuring your privacy/security settings.
The CLE will be held on Thursday, May 19th at AACC in the Cade Building, Room 219 from 6:00-8:00 pm. To register, click here.