'The Implications of Social Media for Freedom of Expression'

Series Name School of Law
Type Conference
Starts at Dec 06, 2013 09:00 AM
Ends at Dec 06, 2013 06:00 PM
Venue College Court, University of Leicester
Open To University staff and students
Ticket Price £95 standard delegate rate, £55 student rate
For Bookings Contact Dr Lorna Gillies, lorna.e.gillies@leicester.ac.uk

The law has struggled to adapt to social media. How does the law regulate free speech? This conference will address this question based on different legal disciplines.

Sponsored by The Modern Law Review

Keynote Address

Sir Edward Garnier QC, MP

A framework for social media: social spaces

Professor Chris Reed, Queen Mary, University of London

Concurrent Sessions

Ruling the internet; not being ruled by it

Stream of consciousness liability

Establishing public order in a virtual space

Clarity in a borderless world?

The Implications for Freedom of Expression

Summation

Mr Oliver Heald MP, Solicitor General.

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