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FIRE Speaker at Seton Hall Summit Today
Today, FIRE Director of Legal and Public Advocacy Will Creeley is participating in a summit at Seton Hall University School of Law in South Orange, New Jersey. The Seton Hall Legislative Journal called the summit to discuss "Bullying and the Social Media Generation: The Effects of the New Jersey Anti-Bullying Statute on School Administration, Students, and Teachers." Will's panel, which begins at 2:30 pm, will focus on the First Amendment implications of the state's law. More information about the summit is available here, and full details on Will's panel are below:
Thomas Healy (Moderator), Professor, Seton Hall School of LawJane Yakowitz , Professor, Brooklyn Law SchoolWilliam Creeley, Director of Legal and Public Advocacy, FIREDerek Bambauer, Professor, Brooklyn Law SchoolSeton Hall School of Law2:30-3:50 pm
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