Social Media in 2017: Ethical Use in Cases and Marketing

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 62 minutes
Recorded Date: September 14, 2017
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  • The dos and don’ts of advertising using social media
  • How to conduct social media search and authenticate information for use in cases
  • How to serve an individual through a social media platform as a means of alternate service
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: September 14, 2017


Want to learn how to use social media to help you serve people, win a case or market your skills and get new clients? Find out in this 'how to' presentation and most importantly, how to do it ethically. The ABA has even recognized the importance of technology in law, revising their rules to recommend attorneys be technologically competent.

In this program, the panel will provide you with a number of takeaways you can immediately use, understanding not only how to use a number of resources to your benefit but also how to do so in an ethical and professional manner.

This program was recorded on September 14th, 2017.

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New Jersey Law Journal


Jaimie Field


In 2017 Jaimie is celebrating 15 years of helping attorneys create big books of business ethically. She truly believes that “Rainmakers are not born, they are taught”; and that every attorney can be taught to bring in the quantity and quality of business they set their minds to. In addition to coaching and training, Jaimie works with law firms to help develop and implement their marketing strategies that lead them to obtain the clients they are seeking. As an award winning legal marketing consultant and rainmaking coach, she bring her years of experience working solely with attorneys and law firms nationwide from every size firm - from solos to AmLaw 50s - and almost every practice area imaginable including transactional and litigation practices.

Greg Sutphin

Director of National Accounts

Greg Sutphin has spoken on numerous occasions at continuing legal education seminars, bar associations and legal marketing organizations on emerging trends, ethics, and best practices in law firm marketing. Greg consults with law firms, including many in New Jersey, and works directly with attorneys to implement digital-based marketing strategies to improve both the size and quality of a firm’s client base and increase firm profitability using design, content management, search engine optimization analytics, blogging, social media, and other forms digital media.

Amanda Sexton

Director of Corporate Development
DGR Legal

Amanda Sexton is the Director of Corporate Development at DGR –The Source for Legal Support and On The Lookout Investigations, winners for the past five years of the New Jersey Law Journal’s annual ‘Best Of’ survey. She is currently President of the New Jersey Professional Process Servers Association, a board member of the Legal Vendors Network and attends local and national conferences and training sessions to stay on top of the latest techniques and regulations for both process service and private investigations, including online investigations and social media surveillance.

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