This program meets the Supreme Court of Ohio standards for online CLE.

 This program was presented by the Dayton Bar Association.

The use of social media has become a prevalent and integral part of everyday life, including both the personal and professional lives of attorneys. While most are familiar with social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, the intent of this year’s Diversity Day program is to discuss the use of social media in the context of diversity. The focus of this year’s Diversity Day is twofold. First, the presenters will describe how lawyers can use the latest social media outlets to diversify their current client base. The presenters will also discuss how social media can not only provide, but also increase, access to the legal system for diverse populations.

Seminar Information
PLEASE NOTE: To receive CLE for this program you must watch the entire program, recording all of the attendee verification codes. You will then be required to enter the codes in the exact order before completing the evaluation and submitting your electronic signature. If you have any issues with the attendee verification system not working properly, please contact us before continuing on with the program.
Seminar Date:
April 17, 2015
Expiration Date:
December 31, 2017 8:43 PM
Increasing Diversity & Access in the Digital Age
Speaker Information
Thaddeus Hoffmeister  [ view bio ]
Legal Technology and How it Can Advance Diversity Issues
Speaker Information
Chad Burton Esq.  [ view bio ]
Diversity and Social Media Ethics
Speaker Information
Glen McMurry, Esq.  [ view bio ]
Michael J. Zussman, Esq.   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Ohio Supreme Court
Including General: 2.75
Total CLE Hours: 2.75
This seminar is no longer available for purchase.