Social Media to George Zimmerman’s Prosecutors, a Collection of Ethics Topics

As a weekly contributor to since May 2013, I focus largely on social media topics along with various aspects of ethics law. Here are some of my recent pieces on a variety of topics. Thanks to for allowing me to provide these links.

Don’t Be Facebook Friends with Clients — the Ethical Perspective (external link to
Social Media – Ethics Versus Zealous Advocacy (external link to
Social Media, Judges, and Lawyers (external link to
Government Spying on Privileged Communications (external link to
Social Media and Jurors (external link to
Common Sense Lives in Law (external link to
Common Sense Codified? (external link to
Zimmerman Prosecution Unlikely To See Ethics Charges (external link to
Three Commonly-Violated Ethics Rules (external link to
Emotional Distress For Legal Malpractice? Possibly. . . (external link to