LSUC lectures to focus on social media and the workplace

This year's event features lawyers, human resources professionals and experts in technology, security and social media

By Ryan Starr

On Tuesday April 3rd, 2012

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The Law Society of Upper Canada’s annual special lectures series continues later this month with an examination of employment law and the “new workplace” in the age of social media.

This year’s event — which runs April 25-26 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre — will feature lawyers, human resources professionals and experts in technology, security and social media. The speakers will offer advice and insights on how to advise clients on matters related to this new workplace.

Keynote speakers for the event are Adrian Ott, CEO of California-based Exponential Edge Inc. and author of The 24-Hour Customer: New Rules for Winning in a Time-Starved Always-Connected Economy; and Nicole Black, a New York lawyer and co-author of Social Media for Lawyers: The Next Frontier.

The program qualifies for CPD hours: 11 Substantive Hours and 1 Professionalism Hour. It is not accredited for new members. For program details and to register visit the LSUC event site.