Miami, FL ( release-news ) October 22, 2012 - While social media acts as a positive medium for much of society, it can pose serious threats to those applying to the Florida Bar. Steven Pinkert, Miami lawyer, claims that it is common for the Florida Board of Bar Examiners to check up on the social media utilizations of applicants. This includes websites like Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, various blogging websites, and more. The FBBE almost always looks into these sites for applicants who are pleading rehabilitation to make sure that they are not making negative comments about law enforcement on a public podium while simultaneously completing the Florida Bar application.
The FBBE researches different features of an applicant's use of social media, including aspects such as partying, drinking, and drug use. It is important to be responsible when posting content on mediums such as Facebook, because you never really know who will be monitoring it. If you do have a history of partying, you should be truthful to the Florida Bar admission board about your past. They have the capability of issuing a subpoena for even deactivated and "private"Facebooks.
Steven Pinkert is well-educated on this information because of his own experience with the Florida Bar application process and is now a certified, experienced attorney in the state of Florida who has extensive knowledge regarding a variety of legal proceedings. Pinkert attended the University of Southern California for his undergraduate degree, Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine for his medical degree, and the University of Miami for his MBA and law degree. Now, he serves all areas of Florida and enjoys informing Florida Bar applicants of the ins and outs of the admissions process.
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