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CYBERSLEUTH’S
GUIDE TO THE INTERNET
v2.0

Pricing
Price A: Attorneys practicing 5 years or more and non-attorney registrants. Price B: Attorneys practicing under 5 years and Bar Paralegal Section members. Price A Early Registration (Paid by April 19): Paid after April 19: $300 $325 Price B $275 $300

Price includes the course book, The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet, 12th Edition (approx. 500 pages), which normally sells for $65.

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State Bar Montana

Learn how the Internet is changing the way legal professionals need to research and run their practice to competently represent their clients.Find out if failing to “Google” as part of the due diligence process could keep you from winning a case or successfully completing a transaction.

Helena

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Red Lion Hotel, May 10 Earn 6.5 CLE credits

2013 | State Bar of Montana | CLE Institute
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About the speakers The path to becoming a cybersleuth:
Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch | Internet For Lawyers
Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, principals of Internet For Lawyers, are internationally recognized CLE seminar speakers and best-selling ABA authors. They are experts on Internet investigative and legal research; social media research; social media ethics; Google search and Google Cloud Apps; and technology for lawyers. They have been presenting CLE seminars full-time since 1999. Together, Mark and Carole co-authored several ABA LPM books, including: • Google Gmail and Calendar in One Hour for Lawyers (available April 2013) Find Info like a Pro, Volumes 1 and 2 Google for Lawyers: Essential Search Tips and Productivity Tools The Lawyer’s Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet (2 editions) They have also co-authored twelve editions of The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet. Previously, Carole was a California attorney, a law librarian in Chicago and Los Angeles, and a Legal Research and Writing Professor at Pepperdine University School of Law. In addition to presenting seminars and writing books and articles, Mark blogs and tweets about legal technology issues and developed the company’s website, blog, Facebook Company page, and its online CLE education initiative. Mark and Carole are both active in the ABA LPM Section. Mark currently serves its ABA TECHSHOW Board and previously served on its Education Committee. Carole serves on the ABA LPM’s Publications Board and previously served on its Executive Council. Learn how the Internet is changing the way legal professionals need to research and run their practices to competently represent their clients. Find out if failing to “Google” as part of due diligence could keep you from winning a case or successfully completing a transaction. Uncover the best research strategies and learn to master Google. Discover how attorneys are using free public record sites and sites with free “publicly available” information, including social networking sites (Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Google Plus, and LinkedIn) for discovery, trial preparation, background checks, and locating missing persons. Don’t be left behind in exploiting this gold mine of information that will help you meet your investigative research obligations. Join Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, internationally recognized Internet trainers and American Bar Association authors of five American Bar Association books, who will show you how to be a cybersleuth to unearth information free (or at low cost!) on the Net. Each attendee will receive a copy of their 500 page book, “The Cybersleuth’s Guide to the Internet,” 12th edition (a $64.95 value).

Morning Session | 9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

Strategies for Discovery, Trial Preparation, and to Successfully Complete Transactions
Mastering Google
> Do lawyers have a duty to Google? > Learn how to create more effective searches > What’s new in Google search results? > Key into Google’s “advanced search” menu to create sophisticated searches > Narrow and filter search results > Googling for background/investigative information about people and companies > Find addresses, phone, fax, and cell numbers for service of process, etc. > Uncover news from current & archival sources > Keep on top of your research using free alerts > Find images and learn about reverse image searching > Reveal hidden search features, secrets, shortcuts > Locate information from the “invisible” Web

Beyond Google
> Track down altered or deleted Web pages > Authenticate altered or deleted Web pages > Learn about other search engines > Discover Meta-search sites

Lunch Afternoon Session | 1:15 p.m. - 4:30

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Investigative Research Strategies for the Legal Professional
Learn How to Search Like a Private Investigator
> Key differences between public records and “publicly available” information > Uncover driver’s license records > Develop Internet investigative search strategies > Mine the Web for missing people > Dig up death records, birthdays, and Social Security Numbers > Learn to extract background information from dockets > Unearth bankruptcies > Glean private or personal information from search engines, blogs, and discussion groups How to Access Expensive Databases… for Free…to Find: > Factual information > Background information > Full-text newspaper and magazine articles > Press releases > What is social networking? > Public record portals > People search meta-sites > Sex offender registries > Expert witness directories > S.E.C. filings > Find out how to overcome social media authentication, discovery & evidentiary issues > Learn to effectively: • Seek out the smoking gun • Dig up “dirt” about opposing parties; • Uncover information to attack witnesses’ credibility • Obtain useful background information about potential clients, potential jurors, opposing attorneys, and even judges • Key into information that can be the turning point in a case • Locate missing people…and more

Discounts available on related resources
To receive a 15% discount off copies of the speakers’ most recent ABA books, visit http://www.netforlawyers.com/barbooks and use this discount code: MTBAR. Other current ABA books co-authored by speakers: Google Gmail and Calendar for Lawyers in One Hour (2013) | Google for Lawyers: Essential Search Tips and Productivity Tools (2010) | Find Info Like a Pro Volume 1: Mining the Internet’s Publicly Available Resources for Investigative Research (2010) | Find Info like a Pro, Volume 2: Mining the Internet’s Public Records for Investigative Research (2011).
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How to Use Social Networking Sites For Investigative Research: What, Why, How

Quick and Easy Methods to Retrieve Background Info From:
> Online telephone/address directories to obtain information for service of process, etc.

> Discover how lawyers use social networking sites like Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google Plus for investigative and background research

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