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New York (NY) First Amendment CLE Course Catalog

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Public Employees: Technology, Social Media, and the First Amendment
The government increasingly relies on technology and social media to facilitate both the rapid sharing of information and the public's interaction with agency staff and decision makers. But the broad appeal and widespread use of these communications platforms have created difficult challenges for government agencies.

American Bar Association

$75

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92 minutes
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Whistleblower 101: What You Need to Know
You hear the term "whistleblower" frequently in the news, but do you really know what a whistleblower is and what laws and statutes are applicable? This course will walk attendees through the basics of whistleblowing law and will discuss the definition of a whistleblower, as well as federal and state protections.

American Bar Association

$115

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The Future of Public Protest: Regulating Mass Demonstrations, Marches, and Parades
This panel will address the future regulation of public protest on speeches and expressions in a public forum.

American Bar Association

$115

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Access to Court Records: A Review of Recent Case Law
This program will provide a review of recent cases about accessing court records and provide guidance to communications lawyers looking to obtain these documents for their work. This webinar is free to members of the Forum on Communications Law and students.

American Bar Association

$115

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Emojis and Sentiment as New Critical Risk Elements in Corporate Communications: How to Understand and Handle These ‘New Normal’ Data Types
This emerging technology session will take participants through basic emoji meanings, hidden and otherwise, discuss newly-available technology helping target risky communications containing emojis and charged words, outline how lawyers can quickly investigate the substance of the issues at hand, and explain how courts have addressed emojis to date.

Legalweek

$65

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United States Supreme Court Term Ending June 2019 Decisions Involving Criminal Law Issues and the U.S. Constitution
In this program, Professor Saltzman summarizes and explains every criminal law related decision by the U.S. Supreme Court during the October 2018 - June 2019 term. This includes cases on the 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, and 14th Amendments. He will also discuss Gundy v US which covers Article I Section 1 regarding the legislative power vested in Congress. 

Saltzman Seminars

$165

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When "No Comment" Won't Do: Courts Communicating Through the Media
Relationships between the courts and the media can sometimes confuse even the most sophisticated public. What you see and hear on social media is not necessarily how "things went down" in the case or its proceedings. This program will help judges, lawyers, and journalists be more proactive in their interactions with the media to ensure that the correct information is being relayed.

American Bar Association

$115

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The Roberts Court 2018-2019: Avoiding the Limelight Following the Kavanaugh-Kennedy Trade
The 2018-19 Term was, for the most part, uneventful. Was that by design? What have we learned about Justice Kavanaugh? And how has the Kavanaugh-Kennedy trade impacted the Chief Justice’s vote? Join our distinguished panel of Supreme Court scholars for answers to these questions and insights into the future of the newest version of the Roberts’ Court.

American Bar Association

$115

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Protecting Your Online Reputation without Losing Your License
This program tackles the crucial issue of a lawyer's online reputation. Join our esteemed panel and learn how to ethically communicate about yourself, your clients, and the legal services you offer to the public.

American Bar Association

$75

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