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Who's Hacking Lawyers and Why?

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Law Practice Management |  Legal Ethics
Lenné Espenschied, Esq.
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Today's news is filled with lurid headlines of computer hacking, sometimes by rogue individuals, sometimes by groups, and sometimes even by governments, including our own.  Unfortunately, lawyers are prime targets for hackers due to the nature of privileged client information we receive. 


In this webinar, you'll learn about five recent hacking attacks against lawyers; who is hacking lawyers; why lawyers are targeted; which lawyers make the most likely targets; and 25 simple, highly practical, non-technical steps you can take to protect your systems and client information. 



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Lenné Eidson Espenschied has earned her status as one of the Top 3 contract drafting speakers in the country by continually striving for excellence and providing innovative, practical, skills-based training for transactional lawyers.  She practiced law in Atlanta, Georgia for 25 years, focusing on corporate and transactional representation of technology-based businesses. 

She is the author of two books published by the American Bar Association:  Contract Drafting:  Powerful Prose in Transactional Practice (ABA Fundamentals, 3rd Ed. 2019) and The Grammar and Writing Handbook for Lawyers (ABA Fundamentals, 2011). 

After graduating from the University of Georgia School of Law magna cum laude, Ms. Espenschied began her legal practice at the firm now known as Eversheds Sutherland; she also served as Senior Counsel in the legal department of Bank of America before eventually opening her own law office.  As a law professor, Ms. Espenschied taught commercial law, contracts, and contract drafting.  Her passion is helping lawyers acquire the skills they need to be successful in transactional practice.  


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