Janet Judge, a nationally-known authority on Title IX, will speak on “Social Media., Bullying, Alcohol, Drugs, and Other Risks for Students” at Ferris State University on Monday, Sept. 15 in Williams Auditorium at 5 p.m.
Judge will use real-life examples to discuss the risks and implications associated with social media and the underlying behaviors students and college athletes share online. She also plans to talk about alcohol and drug use, hazing, leadership and sports ethics. Monday’s one-hour event is co-sponsored by the offices of Governmental Relations and General Counsel, Human Resources and Risk Management.
Judge is president of Sports Law Associates LLC where she concentrates her practice on intercollegiate sports and employment law counseling. Judge is also an NCAA grant speaker and a trainer at Division I, II, and III colleges and universities.
She was a three-sport Division I athlete and athletic administrator.
Monday’s presentation is free and open to all students, faculty, staff and athletics coaches.