Contacting Unrepresented Persons via Social Networking Sites - New York City Bar Ethics Opinion

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INSTRUCTIONS: Read our article, "The New York City Bar Association's Social Media Research Ethics Opinion" and the New York City Bar Association's ethics opinion itself - then answer all of the questions below to earn one hours of participatory MCLE credit.

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THE ASSOCIATION OF THE BAR OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK
COMMITTEE ON PROFESSIONAL AND JUDICIAL ETHICS
FORMAL OPINION 2010-2

OBTAINING EVIDENCE
FROM SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES

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