Social media in the time of COVID-19
Has COVID-19 changed our relationship with social media?
Join us for a two-hour webinar where we will explore social media in a South African legal context, along with international developments, to look at how COVID-19 has influenced how we use and interact with social media.
31 August 2020, 10:00 to 12:00
The following topics will be covered:
- Social media in a South African legal context
- International developments
- Social media in the time of COVID-19
There will be time for questions. Depending on the size of the class, a group activity may also be included.
Who will benefit from this course?
In-house counsel, corporate lawyers, compliance officers, marketing managers, HR managers, and anyone with a legal interest in social media.
Pieter Koornhof obtained his BA, LLB and LLM degrees from University of Stellenbosch, and qualified as an attorney of the High Court of South Africa in 2009. His doctorate, due for completion soon, is on the regulatory framework for internet monopolies in competition law. Pieter has lectured and published in the fields of competition law, intellectual property law, ICT law, labour law, legal education and digital entertainment law. He is a frequent contributor to the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) Summer School held annually in South Africa, and also assists in the presentation of various online courses (including for Getsmarter, Aston Business School’s Online MBA, and the WIPO Academy). He has consulted with and presented workshops to firms in various industries in aspects of Competition and Computer Law. He is currently the company secretary for Full Stack, a bespoke software development firm. He also provides legal risk management and advisory services for small and medium enterprises.
R300 per person
How to sign up
Download and complete the registration form, and return it to us. We will then send you the payment information.
One or two days before the course, we will send you the link to the Zoom webinar. You will need to register and use a password to enter the webinar.
Registrations close three days before the webinar.
Download the brochure.