Justice Connect - Get #social not #sued - Social Media and the Law Webinar - MAR 2020

Justice Connect is inviting not-for-profit organisations to attend their upcoming 'Get #social not #sued - Social Media and the Law Webinar' in March 2020.

Webinar Overview

Social media can help not-for-profit organisations expand their reach and grow awareness for their cause, but it also has the potential to cause damage to the organisation, its clients, employees or volunteers.

Sign up today for this webinar and Justice Connect will step you through the key legal risks when not-for-profit organisations publish content on social media, including: privacy, confidentiality, intellectual property and defamation.


What you’ll cover:

  • Social media content including confidentiality and intellectual property
  • Defamation and privacy considerations
  • Managing social media use by your not-for-profit
  • Top tips and further resources


Who should attend? Anyone involved in the use of social media in their not-for-profit organisation.


What you’ll receive:

  • 75-minutes of plain-language training from an expert lawyer
  • Copy of webinar recording and slide presentation (recording available for 30 days)
  • Opportunity to submit questions
  • Information on further resources and support


Webinar Date: Tuesday 10 March from 12:45pm – 2pm AEDT

Join live or watch on-demand at time that suits you.


Venue: Online


Cost: From $30 per person + Eventbrite booking fee

Details of how to access the webinar will be sent 3-5 days prior to the webinar.

The content of the webinar is legal information only and is not legal advice.


Bookings and Tickets:

Please visit the Justice Connect website to find out how to secure your place in this seminar.


More Information:

For more information, and to register for this webinar and others click here.

Closing Date : 09/03/2020
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