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A Paralegal's Playbook: Obtaining Evidence from Social Media and Other

  • 06/29/2020
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Audio Webinar

REGISTER: https://ipe.nbi-sems.com/ProductDetails/A-Paralegal-s-Playbook-Obtaining-Evidence-From-Social-Media-and-Other-Internet-Resources/Audio-Webinar/85814ER_NHOCSL408400000?st=WA&pt=1

Program Description

Find a Treasure Trove of Information and Evidence on the Net

What are the go-to websites for finding information or evidence? How can you get web-based evidence without jeopardizing its admissibility? What do you do when what you're looking for has been deleted? Get answers to these questions (and more) in this information-packed program. Find what your attorney needs quickly and effectively - register today!

  • Unearth what you're looking for more quickly with practical tips for refining your searches.
  • Discover valuable websites many paralegals and attorneys don't know about.
  • Learn how to preserve the authenticity of web-based evidence so your attorney can get it admitted.

Who Should Attend

This intermediate level course is designed to give attendees practical tips for getting information or evidence online. Those who should attend include:

  • Paralegals
  • Legal Technicians
  • Legal Assistants
  • Legal Support Staff

Course Content

  1. Pointers for Better Social Media and Internet Research
  2. What to Look for and Where to Find it
  3. Useful Websites You May Not Know
  4. Capturing Web-Based Evidence: How to Preserve Authenticity
  5. Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter and More: Handy Tips
  6. DIY Tips for Recovering Deleted Web Content
  7. Social Media - Discovery Requests and Responses
  8. Counseling Clients on Social Media
  9. Common Mistakes Made - Firm Advertising on Social Media

Washington State Paralegal Association
1402 Lake Tapps Parkway SE
Ste. F104/PMB133
Auburn, WA. 98092



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