Join us Sept. 12 at noon ET as SPLC Senior Legal Counsel Mike Hiestand and Staff Attorney Sommer Ingram Dean review the top things you should do at the start of the school year to protect yourself and your newsroom. https://youtu.be/nte9hgb1iMg Subscribe to us on YouTube to be notified, or register and we’ll email you with a reminder an… Continue reading Back-to-School Crash Course Webinar
WEBINAR: Learn how to protect journalism advisers from retaliation
The SPLC outlines how students and advisers can work together to prevent and push back against firings, reassignments, pay cuts and other forms of adviser retaliation.
Register now for Advisers at Risk, a webinar about protecting journalism advisers from retaliation
Join the Student Press Law Center at 4 p.m. ET on Wed. May 9 to learn about the risks journalism advisers face and how to stave off (or confront) retaliation.
Deciphering DACA: Making Sense of the Deadline, the Headlines, and the Education Stakes
The Student Press Law Center is teaming up with Education Writers Association to offer context to the debate over DACA, a program President Obama created to temporarily shield young people brought to the U.S. illegally by their parents.
Don’t miss our upcoming webinar, Hazelwood Then and Now
Wednesday, Jan. 31 at 11 a.m. ET the Student Press Law Center will host a live webinar featuring three legal experts to tell us about the past, present and future of student media censorship in the aftermath of the 1988 Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier Supreme Court case.
Tune in for our second webinar in the #MeToo series to learn how to use public records to report on campus sexual assault
We're hosting another webinar live on our YouTube channel about reporting on sexual assaults on campus on Dec. 5 at 1 p.m. ET. This discussion will be focused on open records. We'll be answering your questions about what kind of records you can look for, where to request them from and what to do if you… Continue reading Tune in for our second webinar in the #MeToo series to learn how to use public records to report on campus sexual assault