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Continuing Legal Education (CLE)

LMG educates attorneys on security, privacy and ethical considerations of the use of modern computer and communications technologies. We are an accredited CLE provider in the state of Montana. Our courses are available as in-person lectures or online video presentations. Please see our current course listings below.

Title Description Format Credits
Current Issues in Information Security: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know

Modern computer and telecommunications technologies have changed how we communicate with peers, colleagues, and clients, though our expectations of privacy and security in our communications often has not. Unfortunately the ease with which the privacy of our electronic (and voice) conversations can be compromised has changed markedly.

This presentation explores these changes to the security of information posed by the use of modern technology, and the resultant impacts on privacy that attorneys must consider. We also discuss the increased availability of forensically obtained evidence that often accompanies the ubiquitous use of such technologies.

Upon the completion of this module, the attorney should be able to:

  • Recognize that modern communications technologies may not reasonably ensure privacy (and why this is the case);
  • Understand the need to evaluate and adopt communications measures to compensate for such weaknesses, and;
  • Act responsibly and ethically with respect to the privacy of communications using modern methods.

1-hour video

1 CLE credit (including .5 Ethics credits)

State of MT Accreditation