7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
6th July, 2017
Social media enables instant access to individual self-expression and the sharing of information. Social media issues are boundless, permeating distinct legal disciplines. The law has struggled to adapt and for good reason: how does the law regulate this medium over the public/private law divide?
This event will facilitate a discussion of this critical issue and others included in a new book The Legal Challenges of Social Media (edited by David Mangan and Lorna E Gillies, Edward Elgar, 2017. The book engages with the legal implications of social media from public and private law perspectives and outlines how the law, in various legal sub-disciplines and with varying success, has endeavoured to adapt existing tools to social media.
Chairs: David Mangan, City Law School, and Lorna Gillies, University of Strathclyde
Ian Walden, Queen Mary, University of London
Daithí Mac Síthigh, University of Newcastle
Edina Harbinja, University of Hertfordshire and University of Strathclyde
Lorna Woods, University of Essex
Call for new members to join the Peer Review College with a key objective to further diversify our membership and cement plurality of voices in our decision-making processes- orlo.uk/THJdA Applications invited from all career stages. Submit applications by 25 November. pic.twitter.com/8Im47TnToT