The Business & Technology Partnership Presents

Social Media: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Date: July 24, 2013
Time: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Location: CSU Channel Islands Campus, Grand Salon
Cost:$25 for B&TP members, CI Alumni & Friends Association Members, and Faculty.
$35 for Non-members

Click here to register for this event by July 22

Featuring Keynote Speakers

Alison Triessl, esq
CEO, Wild About Trial

Alison Triessl, one of the country's top criminal defense attorneys, is also founder and CEO of "Wild About Trial." The revolutionary website and mobile application is the first of its kind to provide trial lovers with breaking news, legal analysis and court information. Covering the most fascinating criminal trials happening around the country, Wild About Trial is available in the App store for iPhone and iPad, in the Google Marketplace for Android, and on the Web at www.wildabouttrial.com.

As a sought-after legal commentator, Triessl has provided analysis and commentary on numerous television shows, including CBS's "The Insider," the "Today Show," "Good Morning America," the "Early Show," "Inside Edition," "Nancy Grace," "Dr. Phil," and all of the Los Angeles news stations. She is also co-founder and CEO of the Pasadena Recovery Center, a 98-bed drug and alcohol treatment center that is featured in VH1's "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."

Alison Triessl's full biography (PDF, 84KB)

Ryan Kerns, esq
Legal Writer, Wild About Trial

Mr. Kerns is both an attorney and legal commentator for the website and mobile application "Wild About Trial," providing insight into the courtroom drama of the nation's most interesting criminal cases and offering technical advice for social media strategy and successful implementation.

Sponsored by

Martin V. Smith School of Business and Economics

Tech CXO: Experience Experience Acceleration

Herbert I Rosenkrantz Esq. ret.

Media Sponsor

Pacific Coast Business TimesVentura County Star

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For more information or sponsorship opportunities contact Carrick DeHart, Director of Major Gifts at (805) 437-8919 or email carrick.dehart@csuci.edu