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Electronic Evidence in Alabama: Friend or Enemy? - On-Demand
This webinar is now available on-demand!
Learn the ins and outs of using electronic evidence in Alabama.
Your contacts, text messages, Facebook posts, Instagram posts, Tweets, and pins are all electronically stored information, or ESI. In a divorce case, electronically stored information can be your best friend or your worst enemy. You are going to have to learn to find it and defend against it to properly represent your client.
The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers found that 81 percent of divorce attorneys admit to searching for and using social media evidence. With numbers this dramatic, a wise practitioner would invest significant time and energy into learning the ins and outs of electronic evidence.
Learn more with this in-depth webinar on-demand. You’ll learn how to gather electronic evidence, how to process the information, how to use the information, and how to protect your client and yourself.
- The latest e-discovery precautions, risks, and advice
- Tips for handling social media, e-mail, video, and other ESI
- How to make your electronic evidence usable in the courtroom
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Electronic Evidence in Alabama: Friend or Enemy? — is just $107.
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About Your Presenter:
The Crittenden Firm
Attorney Laura Montgomery grew up in Memphis, Tennessee, but has already deemed Birmingham her second home. Ms. Montgomery is a 2006 cum laude graduate of The University of Alabama, where she also earned her Juris Doctorate. While a law student, she was a member of multiple national trial advocacy teams and the recipient of the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 George Peach Taylor Award for outstanding trial team performance. Ms. Montgomery also gained hands-on experience and first recognized her love of being active in the court room while practicing with her third year practice card in the school’s Civil Clinic.
Ms. Montgomery began working at The Crittenden Firm as a Family Law Attorney in September 2010. Professionally, she is a member of both the Alabama and Tennessee Bar and actively involved in the Birmingham Bar Association family law section and young lawyers section. She is also a member of the Alabama Bar Association and American Bar Association.