November 21st, 2008 by Benjamin Duranske
As part of the SL Bar Association’s speaker series, Kate Fitz (Second Life’s ‘Cat Galeilo’), is presenting “Web 2.0 for Lawyers” in Second Life Saturday, November 22 at 12:00 Noon Pacific time. Fitz, who is a public law librarian in Sacramento, California and member of the California bar, serves as the SLBA’s Vice President of Communications. She also runs the Lawspot Virtual Worlds Law Library. Fitz previously presented a well-attended and informative SL Bar Association seminar on online research tools for attorneys.
Like all SL Bar Association seminars, this seminar is free to attend. For those who would like to earn California Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for attending, one hour of credit is available for $25. The seminar is open to everyone, though it will be most interesting to attorneys and law students. Kate is a great presenter, and I’m certain attendees will come away with some solid new ideas for practice development leveraging Web 2.0 technologies.
You can sign up for a free spot at the seminar and also sign up and pay for CLE credit at the SL Bar Association’s site. Attendees who want CLE credit can pay for it via PayPal or in-world in Second Life, using Linden Dollars.
Hope to see a lot of readers there!
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