CLE Credits

Attendees earned CLE Credits (Continuing Legal Education) while tackling crucial conversations about hate and bigotry in today’s world. CLE credits were free and many joined virtually to discover what they can do to combat antisemitism and bias right now.

1.0 CLE credit will be offered for each panel. CLE accreditation will be sought in the following states: AK, CA, CO, CT***, DE*, FL, GA, IL, LA, MO, NJ, NM, NV, NY**, OH, PA*, TX, WA and WY. CLE credits issued will be based on verified attendance.

*CLE accreditation in Delaware and Pennsylvania sponsored by Blank Rome LLP
**CLE accreditation in New York sponsored by Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

***CLE accreditation in Connecticut is sponsored by Cohen and Wolf, P.C.

For specific CLE questions, please email nincle@adl.org

The Story the Numbers Tell (or Don’t) About Hate Crimes 

We rely on data about hate crimes to illustrate the magnitude of this challenge and to help shape our response. Yet, hate crimes – where a person is targeted because of immutable, protected characteristics – against Jewish, Black, Latinx, AAPI, Muslim, LGBTQ+ and other marginalized communities are vastly underreported. This panel of civil rights advocates, community leaders, and legal experts will explore the significant barriers to reporting that victims face; approaches that might enable individuals and communities to share information in a meaningful way; and how these perspectives should inform our strategy going forward. CLE Credit available for this panel. 

Click. Like. Share. Why Regulating Social Media Platforms is So Difficult

How do social media platforms decide what content to take down and what to leave up? Can you successfully sue a social media platform? In this workshop, we will discuss what is and is not legal on social media and how lawmakers are considering regulating Big Tech. Attendees will learn about algorithmic amplification, the need for platform transparency, and current legislative proposals. If you want to know more about what social media platforms and policymakers can do to curb hate, antisemitism and discrimination without infringing on First Amendment rights, this session is for you. CLE Credit available for this panel.