LCBA Website Policy


This policy applies to all users of the Licking County Bar Association website.   As members on this site represent the Licking County Bar Association and the legal profession as well, they are expected to exercise good judgment.  Entities and individuals who fail to do so, or who fail to comply with this policy, may forfeit the right to participate in the website sponsored by the Licking County Bar Association.

Be aware that inappropriate use of this website may subject an attorney or judge to discipline for failing to adhere to applicable Rules of Professional Conduct (RPC) or Code of Judicial Conduct (CJC), as well as civil or criminal liability and penalties.  When posting your profile on the Licking County Bar Association Website, please adhere to the following policy guidelines.

  1. Be responsible. You are personally responsible for the material you post. Carefully consider content; what you publish will be widely accessible for some time and, in some cases, indefinitely. All statements must be true and not misleading. Do not post private information about yourself or others. Adhere to all statutory prescriptions and the RPC and, as applicable, CJC.
  2. Comply with Ohio rules governing lawyer and, as applicable, judicial conduct. Comply with all legal restrictions and obligations governing professional conduct, particularly those regulating communication and advertising, when posting content to any social network.
  3. Do not violate antitrust laws. Antitrust laws prohibit postings that encourage or facilitate agreements between Licking County Bar Association members of different firms concerning the following, as they pertain to legal services: prices, discounts, or terms or conditions of sale; salaries; profits, profit margins, or cost data; market shares, sales territories, or markets; allocation of customers or suppliers; or any other term or condition related to competition.

Enforcing this policy

Licking County Bar Association monitors these sites and will take appropriate action to enforce this policy.

Approved by Licking County Bar Association Executive Committee, January 7, 2015.​​​​​​​​​​

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