Read how lawyers have gotten into trouble using social media here. There are all kinds of ethical pitfalls for lawyers who delve into social media due to ethics rules.
Should you facebook friend a judge?
Can you blog about your clients if you disguise their names?
Can you add an opposing party or a potential juror as a friend on facebook in order to spy on them?
Can you solicit clients on Twitter?
Does your blog need advertising disclaimers?
If you answer a question on a social networking site that someone from another state asked, does that constitute the unauthorized practice of law if you are not licensed to practice law there?
Attend my seminar tomorrow to find out the answers to these and other ethical dilemmas.