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2014 Symposium: Social Media and the Law

 

“Social Media and the Law”

January 31, 2014

Charleston Music Hall: 37 John St, Charleston, SC 29403

 Charleston Law Review  Riley Institute at Furman

 

 

Keynote Address:

Ryan M. Garcia, Legal Director at Dell Inc. & Adjunct Professor of Law at The University of Texas at Austin

 

Panel 1:  Employment Law and Social Media

Moderated by Chevon Fuller, Senior Counsel, The Boeing Company

Tracey E. DiamondAttorney, Pepper Hamilton LLP

Ben Glass, Shareholder, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. 

David Harvey, Human Resources Counsel, Publix Super Markets

Christine O’Brien, Professor, Business Law Department, Boston College - Carroll School of Management

 

Panel 2:  The Legal Afterlife of Social Media

Moderated by Amanda Compton, Associate Professor of Law, Charleston School of Law 

Michael P. Hindelang, Partner, Honigman, Miller, Shwartz and Cohn, LLP 

Jason Mazzone, Professor of Law, Lynn H. Murray Faculty Scholar in Law, University of Illinois College of Law

Suzanne Walsh, Principal, Cummings & Lockwood, LLC & Chair of the Drafting Committee on Fiduciary Powers and Access to Digital Assets of the Uniform Law Commission 

 

Panel 3:  Privacy and Social Media

Moderated by Allyson Haynes Stuart, Associate Professor of Law, Charleston School of Law 

Patricia Abril, Associate Professor of Business Law, University of Miami School of Business Administration 

Monu Bedi, Assistant Professor of Law, DePaul University College of Law

Ryan Garcia

Jay Stanley, Senior Policy Analyst, Speech, Privacy and Technology Project, American Civil Liberties Union 

 

Panel 4:  Legal Ethics and Social Media

Moderated by Nancy Zisk, Professor of Law, Charleston School of Law 

Lee Coggiola, Disciplinary Counsel, South Carolina Judicial Department

Amanda K. DudgeonPartner, Carlock Copeland & Stair

Tom Ksobiech, Assistant Dean for Career Services, The University of Alabama School of Law 

Andrew M. Perlman, Professor of Law and Director, Institute on Law Practice Technology and Innovation, Suffolk University Law School 

 

                                                    

                                                         

                                                          

  

 

Registration & Tuition: Tuition for the symposium is $125 with CLE credit. Register early for a discounted tuition of $100 with CLE credit. To qualify for discounted tuition, early registrations must be received by December 1, 2013. Payment must be by check payable to Charleston School of Law. Members of the South Carolina judiciary receive complimentary registration with CLE credit. Attendance with no CLE credit is free.

 

Continuing Legal Education Credit: The symposium qualifies for 6.0 CLE credits in South Carolina, which includes 1.25 CLE credits for ethics.

 

Companion Law Review Issue: The Charleston Law Review publishes a companion law review issue. To order a copy of the symposium issue for $20 or a subscription to Volume VIII for $50, contact the Charleston Law Review at 843.377.2446 or via email at clr@charlestonlaw.edu

 

Deadline and address for registration: Late registration will be available on-site. Please make check payable to the Charleston School of Law. Mail completed registration forms to:

Charleston School of Law Social Media and the Law Symposium

Attention: Professor Sheila B. Scheuerman

P.O. Box 535 Charleston, SC 29403

 

For more information, contact:

Professor Sheila B. Scheuerman

sscheuerman@charlestonlaw.edu

843.377.2443

 

Symposium Agenda

Registration Form

 

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