Liability, Policy, and Progress in Stopping Cyberbullying Focus of April 24 Program
The Rutgers Computer & Law Technology Journal and the Rutgers Institute for Professional Education will present an all-day symposium titled “Cyberbullying in America: A Discussion of Liability, Policy, and Progress” on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at Rutgers School of Law–Newark. The symposium is also supported by the law school’s Alumni Association.
The event is free and open to the public; however, pre-registration is required at https://ipe.rutgers.edu/ipe_reg.php?event_id=134. For those seeking CLE credit, the registration fee is $100. The program will provide 6.0 CLE credit hours (NJ, NY) and 5.0 (PA).
|What:||“Cyberbullying in America: A Discussion of Liability, Policy, and Progress”|
|When:||10 am – 4 pm, Wednesday, April 24, 2013|
|Where:||Rutgers School of Law–Newark|
|Contact:||For more details, contact Randy Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|9 am:||REGISTRATION AND BREAKFAST|
|10 am:||CRIMINAL PANEL: PROSECUTING AND DEFENDING AN ALLEGED CYBERBULLY: THE ROLE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN A NETWORKED AGE OF BULLYING|
Stuart P. Green, Distinguished Professor of Law, Rutgers School of Law–Newark, moderator
|12:30 pm:||CIVIL PANEL: THE COST OF CYBERBULLYING: INDIVIDUALS, WEBHOSTS, AND COMMUNITY LIABILITY IN A NETWORKED AGE OF BULLYING|
Paul L. Tractenberg, Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor, Rutgers School of Law–Newark, moderator
KEYNOTE: Jeffrey S. Chiesa, Attorney General of New Jersey, “Cyberbullying in New Jersey”
|2:30 pm:||POLICY PANEL: IT TAKES A COMMUNITY TO STOP A CYBERBULLY: MOVING TOWARDS A MODEL OF COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN A NETWORKED AGE OF BULLYING|
Steven Goldstein, Esq., associate chancellor for external relations, Rutgers–Newark, moderator
|4 pm||Closing and Reception|