Susan Park has been teaching at Boise State University since 2000. She earned her J.D., summa cum laude, from the University of Idaho College of Law, and a B.A. in English from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is a licensed attorney and member of the Idaho State Bar. Before joining the Boise State faculty, she practiced law in Boise for the firm of Park, Redford, Thomas, and Burkett and served as a law clerk for Chief Justice Bakes at the Idaho Supreme Court. Her areas of interest are in social media and employment law, copyright enforcement and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and teaching and student engagement. Susan is the 2011-2012 president-elect of the Pacific Northwest Academy of Legal Studies in Business (PNALSB) and served as the regional organization’s delegate to the Academy of Legal Studies in Business 2011 national conference in New Orleans.
Legal and Ethical Issues Associated with Employee Use of Social Networks (with Gundars Kaupins), Advances in Business Research (2010)
Legal and Ethical Implications of Corporate Social Networks (with Gundars Kaupins), Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal (2010)
Corporate social networking sites provide employees and employers with considerable opportunity to share information and...
The Legal Environment of Business (with Michael Bixby, Caryn Beck-Dudley, and Patrick J. Cihon), Faculty Authored Books (2011)
Contributions to Books
Legal and Ethical Challenges of Corporate Social Networking (with Gundars Kaupins), Advances in Sociology Research (2011)
Many corporations have embraced online social networking to supplement their marketing programs and communications with...