RSVP to attend the New and Nontraditional Actors in Privacy and Social Media Regulation conference.

New and Nontraditional Actors in Privacy and Social Media Regulation

Seton Hall Law School

Friday, November 3, 2017 ¦ 9:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30a.m.

The Larson Auditorium

5 NJ/PA CLE Credits

$55 per person, $25 Non-SHU Faculty or $15 Non-SHU Students (Refund Policy)
Event is free/complimentary to Seton Hall Law alumni, students and faculty
CLE Financial Assistance is available for qualified registrants. Learn more here.

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The Institute for Privacy Protection will host a conference on "New and Nontraditional Actors in Privacy and Social Media Regulation," on Friday, November 3rd. This conference will examine a growing trend of unexpected players filling in the growing vacuum left by the federal government in privacy and social media regulation. The conference will feature:

  1. A panel on privacy enforcement through state legislation and by state attorney generals
  2. A panel on privacy enforcement by municipalities
  3. A panel on social media regulation by the NLRB
  4. A keynote luncheon by professor Paul Ohm from Georgetown University Law Center

For a complete program schedule, click here.
8:30 ¦ Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 ¦ Opening Remarks and Dean’s Welcome
9:30 ¦ Panel One: Privacy Regulation Through State Legislation and by State Attorneys General
11:15 ¦ Panel Two: Privacy Regulation by Municipalities/Local Governments
12:45 ¦ Lunch
1:45 ¦ Keynote Speaker: Paul Ohm, Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center
2:30 ¦ Panel Three: Social Media Regulation by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
4:00 ¦ Conclusion

If you have any questions regarding this event, please contact Trang Nguyen at or via phone at 973-642-8749 or 973-761-9000 ext. 8749.






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CLE Information

New Jersey is now an approved jurisdiction of New York Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits thus allowing attorneys admitted in New York to attend and earn credits for programs accredited by New Jersey. Since Seton Hall Law School is an accredited provider of New Jersey CLE courses and the event will take place in New Jersey, New York has granted reciprocity to our program. Therefore, pursuant to New York rules, we will no longer issue New York CLE certificates. However, you will receive a New Jersey CLE certificate for your attendance which may be used to seek credit in New York. For more information on NY rules please see page 15 of the NY State CLE regulations and guidelines available at

Seton Hall Law School is also an accredited provider for Pennsylvania CLE. If you are seeking Pennsylvania CLE credits, please be sure to provide your Pennsylvania attorney identification number and request a Pennsylvania certification and evaluation form at registration (check-in).

If requesting CLE credit, please confirm (below) that you are a practicing attorney.

I (  ) that I am a practicing attorney and request NJ CLE credits for attending this program. I understand that only a NJ Certificate of Attendance will be issued for my attendance and that I may use same to seek reciprocity for other jurisdictions including NY.

I ( )   that I am a practicing attorney and request PA CLE credits for attending this program. I understand that on the day of the event, I will need to provide Seton Hall University School of Law with my PA attorney identification number in order to receive the credits. PA credits will be available electronically; no Certificate of Attendance will be issued.