Technology and Ethics: Lex Machina

So, I signed up for training on Lex Machina for its public interest use. I was thrilled  They set up a conference call to train me and a bunch of other people. Free access for research purposes, but you have to go through the training (it looked pretty simple).

Someone signed on, but is (literally now) having a call with, I think a client, broadcasting this conversation on the training session.  Not only that, they had the training call muted, so this person couldn’t hear the poor trainer trying to get his attention to stop broadcasting confidential information.  She cancelled the call as a result, perhaps saving this fool from a disciplinary violation.

Just thought I’d share a reminder that we all should recall from Donald Trump and open mics.

 

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Professor of Law, Mercer University School of Law. Of Counsel, Taylor English Duma, LLP. Former judicial clerk to Chief Judge Rader; former lawyer with Baker Botts and other firms

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