Omar Ha-Redeye is teaching a course this term on Reputation Management Law at Solo Practice University.
Law school teaches lawyers about substantive law. It doesn’t necessarily prepare them for practice. Lawyers need to be aware of online reputation, both for their own practice, and the impact on their services for clients. Solo Practice University provides small and solo lawyers the skills they need to enhance their practice.
Reputation management law is the intersection of public relations and the legal practice. Omar Ha-Redeye will share what he’s learned from his communications career prior to law and help demonstrate why this matters. He’ll also cover some of the emerging inter-jurisdictional issues, and facilitate discussions over what lawyers can do pre-emptively and how they should respond to crises.