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The Role of Social Media in the Courtroom

There’s not much else to say on this issue that I didn’t say in the interview… http://www.kttc.com/story/21861267/2013/04/02/social-media-in-the-courtroom The key is that for now, social media have no place in the courtroom unless they are directly related to the case, like … Continue reading

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Minnesota’s Anti-Bullying Statute: Weakest in the Nation, Slated for Revision

I’ve been saying it for a while now, but a new report by the U.S. Department of Education confirms that Minnesota’s anti-bullying statute is the weakest of the forty-six states it analyzed (four states, however, lacked state-wide polices altogether).  At … Continue reading

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Minnesota’s Lax Cyber-Bullying Laws

When the time came to discuss cyber-bullying in class last month, we quickly discovered that finding a clear definition would not be easy.  With a lack of federal action on the matter, the issue has largely been left to states … Continue reading

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Virtual Navigator is Among MSBA’s Top 25 Minnesota Law Blogs!

I want to extend my thanks to the Minnesota State Bar Association and all of you who nominated me for this year’s Top 25 Minnesota Law Blogs.  It’s quite an honor and I’m in some illustrious company.  I was AFK … Continue reading

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