Zero-tolerance or Zero-enforcement? A Guide to Taking on Bullies in School or Online Part II

(238 Ratings)

Produced on: June 04, 2018

Course Format On Demand Audio

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Course Description

Time 61 minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

Sadly, today’s tech savvy bully has the ability to leverage the connectedness of social media to harass their victim on a round the clock basis. This constant bombardment can cause permanent emotional damage to the victim.

Join attorney David G.C. Arnold for Part II of this two-part series aimed at guiding attorneys to take on bullies in school or online. This program will teach you how to effectively represent the victim of bullying and their family. Mr. Arnold will also address ways to protect children from abuse by other children.


Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss the current landscape of childhood bullying including the role of educational institutions and social media platforms in combating and/or enabling harassing behavior
  2. Grasp the role of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act in protecting children from bullying, and what services they provide for the victims of bullying
  3. Identify the strategies and the process for representing a victim of bullying


Faculty

David G.C. Arnold

Robson & Robson, P.C.

David G.C. Arnold is Of Counsel at Robson & Robson, P.C., and focuses his practice exclusively on state and federal litigation. Mr. Arnold routinely represents clients at both the trial and appellate levels, in administrative hearings and in arbitrations. He has tried a number of jury trials and has represented clients before the United State Supreme Court.

Mr. Arnold has been instrumental in the development in special education law both in Pennsylvania and nationally. He litigated the seminal case of Lower Merion v. Doe that requires school districts to provide transportation to special needs school children not attending public schools. Mr. Arnold routinely teaches and lectures in the area of special education law and in other aspects of federal litigation.


Reviews

MW
Miriam W.

Excellent!

MD
Micheal D.

Good content and info for representing parents of students that have been bullied. 504 content was interesting.

WJ
William J.

Very interesting and informative. And useful.

DB
Donald B.

Excellent

JC
Joseph C.

This was one of the best courses that I have viewed in a long time. Very focused on important and substantive matters.

JC
James C.

The speaker was excellent - so informative on the matter! The material was presented at a rather high level, requiring some prior knowledge about the area of litigation (which I had).

ML
Michaella L.

this was a great topic, and series that he is doing

MR
Matthew R.

Good program, an area of law I don't know a great deal about.

GP
G. Christine P.

I would also recommend this to parents hiring lawyers. Great information. Thank you so much for continuing to provide such interesting and high-quality sessions! - C

CH
CJ H.

Very well done.

SD
Steve D.

Excellent presenter. I have to go back and watch the first part now.

AT
Allison T.

The speaker was very prompt in responding to questions.

EF
Elliot F.

Good treatment of complicated subject matter.

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