LEGAL HIGH ANXIETY: SNITCHES, SNOOPS AND SNAFUS IN THE DIGIT
Our program regarding the challenges posed to the profession by the digital age is a play in two acts. The first act asked the questions: What is the proper balance between national security intelligence-gathering and the privacy rights of American citizens? What is the role of the legal profession in finding and maintaining that balance? How intrusive into matters of personal privacy should the government be in its efforts to protect citizens from terrorist attacks? What ethical obligations and what latitude does an attorney have to report actual and threatened violations of the law by his or her client – particularly in matters at the intersection of Constitutional and national security considerations? The second act asks the questions: How has technology changed the way attorneys communicate with their clients and with one another? Have changes in technology been beneficial to the attorney-client relationship and to professional relationships among attorneys?  Materials: Script, Articles, Law, Questions, Handouts, PowerP Topic Areas: privileges, technology, social, award
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