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Basic Technology Competence for Lawyers
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Presented by The NSBA Senior Lawyers Section. As technology evolves, the need to be aware of and have a working knowledge of technology is imperative to the legal profession and is ethically required of all lawyers. This program will discuss lawyers’ ethical obligations to remain technologically competent and will cover what basic technology skills lawyers should master and how lawyers can achieve this goal.

4/6/2016
When: Wednesday, April 6, 2016
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: Hruska Law Center, 1st Flr. Conference Room
635 S 14th St.
Lincoln, Nebraska  68508

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MCLE Accreditation
Nebraska MCLE #121538. 1 CLE hour, including .5 ethics. (Regular/Live credit)
Nebraska MCLE #121536. 1 CLE hour, including .5 ethics. (Distance learning credit)
Iowa MCLE #219078. 1 CLE hour. (Regular/Live credit)
Iowa MCLE #219079. 1 CLE hour. (Distance learning credit)
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Live attendees: Bring your own lunch, or we will provide lunch for $10 

Registration Fees
FREE - NSBA Senior Lawyers Section member
$45 - NSBA dues-paying member (25% discounted price for NSBA dues-paying members)
$60 - Regular registration

Optional Fees
$10 - I am attending the live seminar and would like a lunch provided to me.

Senior Lawyers section members: To receive the section member discount, please enter the Promo Code seniorlaw when checking out in store.

Event Parking: Reserved parking at Trinity Lutheran Church, 724 S. 12th St., Lincoln


As technology evolves, the need to be aware of and have a working knowledge of technology is imperative to the legal profession and is ethically required of all lawyers. This program will discuss lawyers’ ethical obligations to remain technologically competent and will cover what basic technology skills lawyers should master and how lawyers can achieve this goal. The checklist of basic technology skills for lawyers is based on a recent guide (2015) published by The Lawyerist.

Topics covered in this program:

  • Basic computer competence
  • Basic internet competence
  • Basic data security competence
  • The ethical duty to remain competent in these areas

Marcia L. Dority Baker is the Assistant Director of Academic Technologies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Information Technology Services (ITS). Previously, she was an Associate Professor of Law Library and the Access Services Librarian at the University of Nebraska College of Law, Schmid Law Library. Marcia has 10+ years of experience with technology, social media, libraries and helping people find information. Marcia has presented and published on social software, technology and alternative legal research via the Internet.

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