American Bar Association’s GPSolo Publishes Dave Poston Article on Ethical Duties in Media Relations
- Posted by Poston Communications
- On July 25, 2017
- American Bar Association, Dave Poston, GPSolo
Poston Communications President and CEO Dave Poston provides insight for small firms into what their ethical duties are when it comes to media relations in an article published by the American Bar Association’s GPSolo eReport.
Most lawyers mistakenly believe that ethical duties as they relate to media relations begin and end with the ABA Model Rule of Professional Conduct 3.6(a). This may be because the broader question is daunting: What are your ethical duties of advocacy, and how do they relate to media relations for client matters in today’s 24-hour and social media news cycle?
This article explores how an attorney’s ethical duty of advocacy demands an understanding of and a plan for media relations for each matter and gives advice for how to add media relations to daily legal counsel for clients. To read the full article, you may click here.