The Cybersleuth’s Guide to Investigative Internet Research & How to Research Social Media…Ethically
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 Export to Your Calendar 12/18/2019
When: Wednesday, December 18, 2019
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM CT
Where: Scott Conference Center
6450 Pine Street
Omaha, Nebraska  68106
United States


Online registration is available until: 12/18/2019
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MCLE Accreditation
NE MCLE #182116, IA MCLE #337515.  6.0 CLE Hours, including 2.0 Ethics (Regular/Live)
NE MCLE #182117, IA MCLE #337516.  6.0 CLE Hours, including 2.0 Ethics (Distance Learning)
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Registration Fees
$360.00 – Regular Registration
$300.00 – NSBA Voluntary Dues-Paying Member
$200.00- NSBA Voluntary Dues-Paying Member (using 2 Free Ethics hours)
Free – Law students
**Non-Attorney pricing available.  Contact Allyson Felt for more information.**

NSBA Dues Paying Members:  If you have not already claimed your 2 hours of FREE Ethics for 2019, please enter the Promo Code ethics2019 when checking out in store.  Be sure to click the "Apply" button to ensure the discount is applied.***

***PLEASE NOTE: As a voluntary dues-paying member you are only eligible to attend ONE NSBA two-hour FREE ethics program each year.  If you are unsure whether you have already used the promo code to attend one of the member benefit ethics CLE programs for free, then please contact Karla Roscoe at 402-475-7091 or email her at kroscoe@nebar.com before registering, otherwise you will be invoiced the full registration price.


Internet Search Strategies: During the morning session, attendees will learn some of the best Internet search strategies and sources for finding information crucial to their case, including Google search features and shortcuts to speed up legal research.

Social Media Research: Whether you are researching social media profiles for investigative, background or evidentiary purposes – and you should be - you need to know how to navigate through social media sites to quickly find profiles.  Additionally, you need to learn to conduct that social media research ethically to avoid any potential traps that could arise under the Nebraska Rules of Professional Conduct. The afternoon session will discuss all that and more, including examples from social media research opinions and guidelines issued by other jurisdictions’ courts and professional responsibility committees to serve as guidance.