On Wednesday, November 16, 2011, the American Bar Association will webcast a seminar on cyberbullying for those attempting to protect students at school. The public is welcome to register for this program. The program will also be available on a CD for those unable to attend.
Titled "The Bully at School Goes High Tech: Protecting Students in the Internet Age," this webcast will explore how changes in technology have created new ways for students to bully one another and new legal challenges for schools and society. The program will
- address legal/constitutional issues regarding the regulation of bullying;
- review case histories; and
- provide best practice guidance for policies and procedures.
The cost is as follows:
$150 General Public
$125 ABA Members
$95 Section of State and Local Government Members
$75 Government Attorneys
$75 Each additional registrant using the same connection
Note that all participants must register for the program.To register or purchase the CD, see the ABA WebStore
The program will also be available on CD: Pre-order through the ABA Web Store or call 800.285.2221. Refer to product code CET11BSGCDR. Ready to ship approximately two weeks after the program.