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Cybersecurity and Law Practice: How to Safely and Ethically Utilize Technology To Protect Client Data


Created on December 02, 2021




This program, taught by cybersecurity and data privacy attorney Kellam Parks, will discuss (a) lawyers' ethical duties to safeguard client data; (b) federal and state laws regulating data privacy; (c) examples of failures to protect client data; and (d) strategies and technologies to meet lawyers' duties to protect client data.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Identify lawyers' ethical duties to safeguard client data 

  2. Review the legal framework regulating data privacy 

  3. Recognize the dangers of failing to adequately protect client data

  4. Discuss learning strategies and technologies to implement to meet the duties to protect client data

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