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Judicial Ethics and Social Media: A Lightning Course

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After completing this self-study course, which takes the average learner between 20 and 30 minutes, you will be able to:

  1. Give an example of a judicial advisory or ethics opinion that offers guidance on social media for judges;
  2. Recognize social media posts that may be ethically problematic for judges; and
  3. Modify your own Facebook privacy settings to ensure your posts and photos are protected.

Please note, as this course is designed to take the average learner 20-30 minutes to complete, no CLE credit is available.