Technology, Ethics, and the Law

Event Description

Deadline to Register: 07/12/19

North Dakota Supreme Court Justice Daniel Crothers and computer forensics expert Mark Lanterman will lead a conversation concerning the intersection of law, ethics, and technology. Commercial attorneys strive to move at the speed of business to meet their clients’ needs; meanwhile, business clients operate in markets that evolve at an ever-accelerating pace. An increasing number of technologies are available to help lawyers and their clients to do more, faster.  How are our ethical obligations as lawyers impacted by constant technological change? And, how can we stay up to speed with our clients and modern technology while complying with the ethical obligations of our profession?  Justice Crothers and Mr. Lanterman will explore these questions and related topics in what is sure to be an engaging conversation. 

Join us after the program for a complimentary social from 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM.


Justice Daniel J. Crothers | North Dakota Supreme Court

Mark Lanterman | Chief Technology Officer of Computer Forensic Services

CLE Credit:

2.0 Ethics CLE credits approved | Event Code: 274404


CCS Member: $10
Non-CCS Member: $20
Law Student: FREE
New Admittee (Admitted to any bar after January 1, 2019):  FREE

Remote Participation: 

Remote participation is not available.

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Questions? Contact Kayla Erbach 612-278-6325

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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Seminar Room / Hellmuth & Johnson Minneapolis, MN United States