Anders, Kelly Lynn
December 2012
Charleston Law Review;Winter2012/2013, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p187
Academic Journal
The article discusses the issue on the trend that requires lawyers and judges to sever ties on social media. It provides an overview on the three of the most commonly used social media sites, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. It also tackles the implications for lawyers and judges to sever ties on social media, the relevant rules governing judicial and attorney conduct, and the best practices for them to follow when social media connections must be broken.


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