Feb

    18th Annual Media Advocacy Workshop.

    8:30 AM GMT

    Join us for the Eighteenth Annual Media Advocacy Workshop, presented by the ABA Forum on Communications Law Training & Development Committee.

    Participants will break into small group sessions to focus on three different media-law problems.  During these sessions, participants will:

    • Argue a motion to quash a subpoena to a blogger in a civil case based on the First Amendment;
    • Argue a summary judgment motion involving an invasion of privacy claim based on a leaked sex video and a defamation claim based on comments by an anonymous blog poster; and
    • Review a television story and related social media promotions based on public records and confidential sources.
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    $375
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    You must register in advance to participate.  Please register no later than January 30, 2015.  These sessions will be based on hypotheticals that participants will receive in the weeks prior to the Workshop, along with all the necessary background materials. 

    Given their vast experience, the faculty members will provide participants with a significant amount of practical insight and useful strategies in media law advocacy.

    The workshop includes breakfast, lunch and a cocktail reception, providing plenty of opportunity for casual interaction between faculty and participants.

    Event Details

    Format

    In-Person

    Date

    Feb 05, 2015

    2015-02-05T08:30:00 2015-02-05T16:30:00 18th Annual Media Advocacy Workshop.

    Join us for the Eighteenth Annual Media Advocacy Workshop, presented by the ABA Forum on Communications Law Training & Development Committee.

    Participants will break into small group sessions to focus on three different media-law problems.  During these sessions, participants will:

    • Argue a motion to quash a subpoena to a blogger in a civil case based on the First Amendment;
    • Argue a summary judgment motion involving an invasion of privacy claim based on a leaked sex video and a defamation claim based on comments by an anonymous blog poster; and
    • Review a television story and related social media promotions based on public records and confidential sources.

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