In this webinar, you’ll have the unique opportunity to flip the script and ask Seattle Times
crime reporter Mike Carter any of your burning questions. Sara Ayoubi’s session will ensure you understand the RPCs involved with media interaction. And Erik Rasmussen will teach you about the data you can extract from various social media platforms, and how to use it.
Application for 2.0 law & legal and 0.75 ethics MCLE Credits in progress.
Erik Rasmussen is a Principal at Grobstein Teeple, LLP (“GT”) and the global head of the cybersecurity and risk management solutions practice. He is also the lead on handling any internal security matters for the firm. He is an active attorney in Washington State and has almost 18 years of experience in cyber security and enforcement.
| 9:00 AM
|| Flipping the Script: A Conversation with Seattle Times Crime Reporter Mike Carter
Panelists: Mike Carter, Cooper Offenbecher, Rachel Forde
| 10:00 AM
|| Moving Past “no comment”- How to Ethically Talk to the Media
| 10:45 AM
| 11:00 AM
|| Social Media Investigations
Sara Ayoubi previously worked at SCPDA from 2007-2012 before joining UWLS’ Legal Education Support Program- Afghanistan, where she served as the program’s Assistant Director. Sara rejoined SCPDA in 2019 as the Attorney Administrator. In her role as Attorney Administrator, Sara consults with attorneys on ethics questions and ensures SCPDA’s compliance with the RPCs.
Mike Carter covers federal courts, police accountability and law and justice for The Seattle Times, where he has worked for the past 23 years. Carter has been a journalist for 47 years, including a decade as a statehouse and regional reporter for The Associated Press in Utah. Carter was a key contributor to reporting that has won two Pulitzer Prizes and has been honored with numerous other state and national journalism awards. He is the father of two daughters, a pair of parrots and two dogs. He lives with his wife, Jane Downey, in Seattle.
Thank you to our webinar sponsor JusticeText!