Forensic Fridays is a quarterly CLE and professional education series offered both onsite and online to eligible professionals. Also open to the general public, programs in this series are approved by the Pennsylvania CLE Board for 3 to 6 hours of Substantive and/or Ethics CLE credit, as well as other professional continuing education credit as noted.
Digital Forensics in the Courts
A Legal and Technical Update
Friday, March 24, 2017
1 - 4:30 p.m.
Room 204 | Duquesne University School of Law
The evidence in today's civil and criminal cases – both of a routine nature and as "smoking guns" – is increasingly digital. From smartphones and tablets to social media and the cloud to what is now being referred to as the "IoT," or "Internet of Things," the volume and importance of such evidence continues to grow exponentially.
This afternoon seminar will explore current technical, practical and legal issues in locating and acquiring digital data and meeting requirements for its admissibility in court. Speakers will include attorney David G. Ries of Clark Hill, PLC, digital forensic expert Brett Creasy of bit-x-bit, FBI Special Agent Michelle Pirtle, and Adam Klickovich of National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance, along with academic and law enforcement speakers.
This program is approved by the Pennsylvania CLE Board for 3 hours of substantive CLE credit.
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