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What Every New York Attorney Needs to Know About Digital Evidence (Technical, Legal and Ethical Issues)

  • October 11, 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University; the Tudor Room

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The Pace Women's Justice Center, The Westchester Women's Bar Association and The Ninth Judicial District Committee to Promote Gender Fairness in the Courts

are pleased to host a CLE Program:

What Every New York Attorney Needs to Know About Digital Evidence (Technical, Legal and Ethical Issues)
Effective advocacy requires attorneys to fundamentally change how they think about evidence in general – since the vast majority of it is likely to be digital. Identifying, locating, collecting, preserving and being prepared to present digital evidence at trial or other proceedings is a necessary component of litigation, because digital evidence may be the best, or in some cases, the only, potential evidence of a key fact in controversy.

 

Date:   October 11, 2017

RSVP By:  October 7, 2017

Place: Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University; the Tudor Room

Time:
6:00 - 8:00 PM
(Mandatory for MMP members following the mandatory MMP meeting from 5:30 - 6:00 PM)

Speaker:  Nicholas G. Himonidis, JD, CFE, CCFS the NGH Group

Moderator:
Natanya L. Briendel, Esq., Director Westchester Division, Pace Women’s     Justice Center

Charge:

$20 for members
$30 for non-members

No Charge for members of the Pace Women’s Justice Center Moderate Means Panel

Registration:
By October 4, 2017 online at www.wwbany.org (Members of the Pace Women’s Justice Center Moderate Means Panel must register with nbriendel@law.pace.edu.)

Open to attorneys and non-attorneys.

For Questions Contact:  Natanya L. Briendel, Esq. at nbriendel@law.pace.edu.


*Pending approval by WBASNY in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 credit hours in professional practice as specified, acceptable for transitional credit for established and newly admitted attorneys.  Full and partial scholarships for this program, based on financial need, are available.  Full scholarship for the $10 CLE certificate charge (maximum of 10 attendees) for this program are available for attorneys at non-profit organizations that provide direct legal service for victims of domestic violence.  For information and to apply, please contact WWBA President Lisa Denig at president@wwbany.org.  All requests are confidential.  

The opinions expressed by any program presenter are the presenter’s own, and do not reflect the official position of the WWBA or WBASNY.

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