OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story An interesting story about guidelines surrounding social media and power relationships emerged in late November (but was, unfortunately, drowned out of the news by Tiger Woods’ various inamoratas). The Florida Supreme Court’s Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee provided recommendations on judges’ use of social media like Facebook. When judges ‘friend’ lawyers who may appear before them, the committee said that it creates the appearance of a conflict of interest, since it “reasonably conveys to others the impression . . .
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