Partner Robert Cary authored “Jury Selection 2.0: Ethical Use of the Internet to Research Jurors and Potential Jurors” in Bloomberg Law’s ABA/BNA Lawyers’ Manual on Professional Conduct. The article discusses ethics rules that apply to lawyers using social media for jury research.
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