Section Social Media Policy

Section of Litigation Social Media Policy

Review the Section's social media policy.


Social Media Appropriate Engagement Policy

The Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association will do its best to make sure that the postings on its social media pages are consistent with its mission. It expects that users will not post content that falls into the following categories and reserves the right to remove postings that are:

  • Abusive, defamatory, or obscene
  • Fraudulent, deceptive, or misleading
  • In violation of another’s intellectual property right
  • In violation of any law or regulation
  • Otherwise offensive

The views, opinions, and experiences expressed in user-submitted comments are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association or the American Bar Association itself. User comments are not edited for accuracy; however, to ensure a continually positive experience for our members and the public, we may report or remove content or commentary containing spam, profanity, or that is otherwise objectionable or prohibited material.


Committee Leaders Interested in a LinkedIn Subgroup

If you are a committee leader interested in setting up a LinkedIn Subgroup within the ABA Section of Litigation LinkedIn page, please contact meg.woods@americanbar.org for an application and contract.

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