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Bridge-the-Gap II: Ethics and Skills for Newly Admitted New York Attorneys 2020
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Chapter 1. Holland & Knight LLP, Technology Law in the Digital Age: A Regularly-Updated Digest of Notable Developments (December 2015)
Chapter 2. Jennifer Finnegan, Senior Vice President and Executive Director, Aon, Annotated Outline of Ethics Resources for Lawyers Relating to the Use of Social Media
Chapter 3. The (Social) Media Is the Message: Navigating Legal and Reputational Risks Associated with Employee Social Media Use
Chapter 4. Federal Trade Commission, Disclosures 101 for Social Media Influencers (November 2019)
Chapter 5. Anthony E. DiResta, Kwamina Thomas Williford and Da’Morus A. Cohen, Holland & Knight Alert, Key Takeaways from FTC’s “Disclosures 101 for Social Media Influencers” (November 6, 2019)
Chapter 6. Anthony E. DiResta and Da’Morus A. Cohen, Holland & Knight Alert, Social Media Regulation: Advertising, Marketing and the FTC (November 4, 2019)
Chapter 7. Legal Drafting: Effective Writing to Avoid Litigation Pitfalls
Chapter 8. Exec-Comm, Negotiation Skills
Chapter 9. Amy Barasch, Pro Pro Bono: Volunteer Lawyers Are an Essential Part of Access to Civil Justice, New York Law School, Impact Center for Public Interest Law, Book 7 (2016)
Chapter 10. Her Justice, Frequently Asked Questions: Working with Pro Bono Clients through Her Justice (November 2017)
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