NYSBA Updates Social Media Guidelines
For more than 25 years, Christopher Stender has leveraged his experience as an immigration attorney to help clients with issues related to citizenship and permanent residency. Committed to staying active in his field, Christopher Stender belongs to a number of professional organizations, including the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA).
Last May, the NYSBA updated its list of social media guidelines, which were first implemented in 2014 to help New York lawyers navigate the ethical waters of social media usage. Some of the topics included in the guidelines include advertising, how to appropriately address online reviews (positive and negative), and any conflicts that might arise resulting from postings.
Mark Berman, who serves as chair of the NYSBA’s Commercial and Federal Litigation Section says that these guidelines are intended to help New York lawyers stay in line with previous ethics rulings over the past decade regarding social media. The latest guidelines can be accessed online at http://www.nysba.org/socialmediaguidelines17.
About Christopher StenderAfter working for three years as Assistant Chief Counsel for the San Diego District of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service, Christopher Stender launched a law partnership in 1993. Initially known as Stender & Larkin, the firm was renamed Stender & Associates, PC. Christopher Stender and his team of bilingual associates provide comprehensive immigration-related legal services, working with individuals held at Arizona’s detention centers and prisons in Eloy and Florence, as well as at California’s detention centers in El Centro, San Diego, and San Pedro. Christopher Stender assists in bond procurement and payment, visitation and hearing scheduling, and detainee transportation. He is known for taking tough cases, promoting novel legal theories, and getting positive results for his clients. He routinely appears before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as the First, Fifth, and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States. Prospective clients can read about the immigration process in both English and Spanish on his website. Christopher Stender spent his undergraduate years at the University of Würzburg, Germany, and the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. He earned his Juris Doctor in 1990 from the Syracuse University College of Law. An East Coast native who lived abroad for two years, Christopher Stender has traveled extensively throughout Europe. In addition to his native English, he speaks German and Spanish. He supports Grace Point Church, Homeless Outreach, Cesar Chavez Elementary School, Tijuana Schools Mission, and Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project. He lives with his wife and four children in San Diego.
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