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Ethan Wall

Ethan Wall
Adjunct Professor of Law
JD Program


  • J.D., cum laude Nova Southeastern University, 2007

Adjunct Professor Wall is the Founder and President of Social Media Law and Order, LLC, a company designed to educate, train, and consult on everything related to social media and the law to the legal and business communities.  He is also the President of Ethan Wall, P.A., a social media, internet, and intellectual property law firm in Miami.  Previously, he was an Associate at Richman Greer, P.A., in Miami, Florida, where he practiced social media, internet, and intellectual property law.  He was also a Summer Associate & Law Clerk at Kluger, Peretz, Kaplan & Berlin (subsequently named Kluger Kaplan).   Prior to that, he was a Teaching & Research Assistant at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law, where he prepared course materials, practiced teaching methods, and delivered supplemental classes for students in constitutional law and legal research and writing courses. 

Adjunct Professor Wall has authored three books on the effect of social media on the law, including Fire over Facebook: A Primer on Protected Social Media Activity in the Workplace and Best Practice Guide for Managing Employee Social Media Use, and the Social Media Guide for Lawyers, a legal guide on how lawyers can practically, ethically, and effectively use social media in their practice.  He also writes the Social Media Law and Order blog about the effect of Facebook, Twitter, and other social media on the law.  He has served as a source for social media and the law on several high profile news organizations, including CNN, NPR, and Thomson Reuters. He has authored many other publications and has had many other speaking engagements on social media legal issues.

Adjunct Professor Wall is admitted to the United States Supreme Court, The Florida Bar, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.  He also founded a charity called Let's Plant a Seed designed to help people identify their dreams in life and to encourage others to give back to the world in a lasting way through community service. 

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