Training and Speaking

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Need a little bit of everything and not sure where to begin? That’s ok because we’re happy to work with you on the development of a custom training program for your digital efforts. We can continue to manage the training process or “train the trainer” and let you run with it when we’re done.

We provide trainings relating to online social media and digital legal/security issues. These trainings can be customized to address specific concerns of the firm and for specific audiences. Formats include one-day and multi-day conferences; seminars; workshops; lunch and learns; continuing legal education (CLE); corporate retreats; staff development; online; destination sessions; etc.

  • Train the Trainer
  • Social Media Policy Employee Training
  • Human Resource & Social Media Training
  • Social Media Legal and Compliance Training
  • Social Media Self Defense


We can provide you with customized continuing legal education (CLE) materials, from on-site delivery to webinars, etc. relating to social media and online, digital activity and the law. Past presentations have been made to judges, solo practitioners, in-house counsel, paralegals, and others within the legal profession.


Law2sm’s third goal is to “Keep the legal profession at the top of its game with fulfilling client needs – including the physical, the tangible, and the digital.” When we think of who is included in the legal profession we have a broad vision – we begin with attorneys, but don’t stop there. Judges, paralegals, bar association staff, legal service providers, law firms, and CLE granting entities count among others. But we especially want to reach out to law students so they can start out on the right track with all this social media stuff as it relates to their professional and ethical conduct as future officers of the court.

To help in that arena Law2sm offers presentations relating to “e-professionalism” in a variety of formats and lengths to fit your law school’s or law student organization’s needs. More details are listed below.

To learn more or check date availability send us an email by clicking here.

Presentations focusing on “e-professionalism” include a review of topics such as:

  • Professional use of e-mail, cell phones and other mobile devices (like tablets)
  • Legal and ethical considerations relating to the use of web search engines, websites and blogs for legal research, due diligence, job searching, and legal service advertising.
  • Participation guidelines for law students on social networking platforms and sites for personal and professional purposes.
  • Review of cyber-stalking, cyber-bullying and cyber-harassment in a school environment as well as in the workplace.
  • Overview of how social media is impacting legal practice areas as well as becoming the foundation for its own practice area.

Session formats include:*

  • Lunch and learns
  • Half-day and full-day workshops
  • Lectures and seminars
  • Classroom guest lectures/visits
  • Conference presentations
  • And others customized upon request

* Fees begin at $500 + travel. Format determines fees.

Audiences include:

  • Law students
  • Law school faculty
  • Law school administration
  • Law school staff
  • Law school alumni