Millions of potential jurors make critical information about their lives and personal beliefs publicly available on the internet through social media and other sites, and what trial advocate would not want to uncover it?
A panel of distinguished judges and lawyers will delve into questions related to internet and social media searches of potential and actual jurors during voir dire and trial. They will examine the key issues and principles and analyze some basic approaches to help you navigate this important area of trial practice.
Hon. Wendy Beetlestone, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Hon. Patricia A. McInerney, Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas
Joseph C. Crawford, Esq., Pepper Hamilton LLP
Hon. James T. Giles (Ret.), Pepper Hamilton LLP
Charles P. Hehmeyer, Esq., Raynes McCarty
Jo Ellen Livingstone, Ph.D.
Catherine M. Recker, Esq., Welsh & Recker PC
This program has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for 1 hours of CLE credit in substantive law and 1 hour of ethics. Ethics information has been integrated throughout this program. To receive ethics credit, you must attend the entire course.
CLE Conference Center
100 Penn Square East
10th Floor, Suite 1010
Philadelphia, PA 19107
PBA Member (admitted after 1/1/2013), Paralegal or Judicial Law Clerk: $75
PBA or County Bar Association Member: $149