In addition to workshops available on our Client Legal Training Calendar, the Department of Justice has also developed the following trainings, on topics of current interest, for viewing online. These materials are copyrighted and intended solely for the use of our client state agencies.
If your agency has any comments or suggestions regarding these online materials you are encouraged to contact your agency's assigned counsel or use the comment form at Training Suggestions & Comments Form.
Managing Social Media: Off Duty Implications
"When is an employee’s off-duty blogging the employer’s business? What if an employee posts confidential information on Facebook? I’ll discuss these and other challenges your agency must address." - Tessa Sugahara, Attorney-in-Charge, Labor & Employment Section
Online Public Meetings
"Taking advantage of electronic forms of communication like web-meetings or twitter to improve public access to your agency’s business? I’ll explain how to navigate Oregon’s Public Meetings laws using these new tools." - Johanna M. Riemenschneider, Sr. Assistant Attorney General, Business Activities Section
Copyrighted Materials on Agency Websites
"I’ll explain how your agency can make constructive use of a variety of forms of content on your agency’s website, while staying clear of headaches caused by copyright violations." - Jack McDonald, Assistant Attorney General, Business Transactions Section