Social Media: A Legal Primer for Schools
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 (2pm - 3pm US/Eastern)
Rapidly evolving social media technology profoundly impacts schools in new and challenging ways, leaving decision makers reeling over, among other things, social media policies and enforcement. This one-hour webinar, designed for heads of school and policymakers, will provide a framework for creating appropriate, effective, and legal policies for faculty and student social media use as well as suggestions for addressing problems when they arise.
Jarvis V. Hollingsworth - Jarvis heads Bracewell & Giuliani's Education Law practice group and his practice primarily involves counseling boards of trustees and senior administration of public and private educational entities on their duties, governance and trustee liability matters. He also advises clients on government strategies, employment contracts, grievances, employee terminations, school and college governance, coalition building, strategic communications and policy development.
Kristin L. Smith - Kristin is a member of Bracewell & Giuliani's Education Law group, focusing her practice primarily on independent and private schools. She assists schools in a variety of areas, including: faculty, staff and student contract drafting; handbook and policy drafting; policy enforcement, including faculty and student discipline and separation; governance; and litigation, arbitration and mediation. Married to a Head of School, Kristin's professional and personal experience give her a unique perspective when counseling independent and private schools.
Friday, May 10, 2013.
All you will need to participate is a telephone and a computer with a high-speed Internet connection; no downloads are required!
Laptop or desktop participants will need a telephone, Internet access, and a computer that meets the ReadyTalk system requirements
. ReadyTalk also offers you a way to test your computer
iPad participants will need a telephone, Internet access, and the free ReadyTalk iPad App
. (NAES is not responsible for the functionality or security of this third-party app.)
Each registration equals one connection. Register for one connection and gather your leadership team around the screen. Or, register for multiple connections and enable school and church leaders to participate from a variety of locations.
Who Should Attend:
Directors and heads of school, administrators, and trustees.
Cancellation and Other Policies:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
on or before 8:00 p.m. (EST), Friday, May 10, 2013, should you need to cancel your participation in this webinar. Non-member registrants are entitled to a refund of the registration fee less a $10 processing fee.
Any and all liability of the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES) with respect to registration, cancellations, changes in the content of the program, technology breakdowns, and refunds is limited to a sum no greater than the registration fee paid. Under no circumstances shall NAES be liable for incidental or consequential damages of any kind. Submission of registration and payment constitutes acceptance of the terms and conditions herein.
NAES or its contractors may be recording this webinar. By attending this webinar, attendees understand and agree to allow their voices and statements to be used by NAES in Association publications, on its website, in any and all distributed versions of this recorded webinar, and in marketing or promotional materials. Attendance at the meeting waives NAES from any liability resulting from these uses.
For more information please contact:
Mr. David J. Schnabel CAE
Communications & Events Coordinator
National Association of Episcopal Schools
Phone: (212) 716-6182
Fax: (212) 286-9366