Issues & Artists Series to Cover Legal Aspects of Social Networking

C.L. Lindsay to Present 'Computing and the Law'

September 17, 2013

C.L. Lindsay

C.L. Lindsay

Wilmington College will showcase C.L. Lindsay’s expertise in legal aspects of the Internet Tuesday (Sept. 24) as the first presenter in its 2013-14 Issues & Artists Series.

Lindsay’s presentation, which is titled “Computing and the Law,” will start at 7:30 p.m. in WC’s Hugh G. Heiland Theatre. The event is free of charge.

The renowned attorney will cover legal aspects of such issues as social networking, cyber-bullying and online plagiarism.

Lindsay left his New York City law practice to found CO-STAR, The Student Coalition for Student & Academic Rights, for which he serves as executive director. He has built CO-STAR into a national students rights organization that helps thousands of college students with their legal problems.

He was a 2013 nominee for “Best Speaker” at the Campus Activities Magazine Reader’s Choice Awards and was runner-up for that award in 2010.

Lindsay’s syndicated column, “Ask CO-STAR,” is distributed nationwide on Knight Ridder/Tribune’s College Wire Service. The weekly column has become one of Knight Ridder/Tribune’s most popular features.

He graduated magna cum laude from Denison University and received his J.D. from the University of Michigan. In his spare time, he teaches courses in law and literature at the University of Pennsylvania.