The Student Press Law Center team is thrilled to be able to connect with students and advisers in person again, but don’t forget that our services are here for you year round! We hope you’ll stay connected through our legal hotline, newsletter, social media, SPLC in the Classroom and more. To make it easy, we’ve collected some of our top resources on this page. Check it out!
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Have you been censored? Do you need a libel check before you publish your next big story? Maybe you just want some help understanding copyright or FERPA. SPLC’s legal team is here for you through our free legal hotline. We’re committed to helping you find the answers you need for all your student-media-law questions and concerns.
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Bring SPLC Into Your Classroom:
Let us meet you in your newsroom or classroom! Invite an SPLC expert to come speak to your class or newsroom via Zoom. Speakers will join you for up to 40 minutes (including Q & A) and can present on one of these topics:
- High school student press freedom
- Freedom of Information / public records
- Libel and defamation
- Covering the coronavirus
- Covering protests
- Virtual Newsroom Chats (30 minute Q&A on a topic of your choosing)