The Communications and Media Law Association (CAMLA) brings together a wide range of people interested in law and policy relating to communications and the media. The Association includes lawyers, journalists, broadcasters, members of the telecommunications industry, politicians, publishers, academics and public servants.
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In order to debate and discuss issues of interest to its members, CAMLA publishes the Communications Law Bulletin and organises a range of seminars and other events featuring speakers prominent in communications and media law policy.
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Pirates of the Cyber Region - site blocking seminar - Thursday 2nd February

Save the date (Thursday 2nd February) for CAMLA and Baker & McKenzie's seminar on site blocking, 'Pirates of the Cyber Region'. At Baker & McKenzie, Level 27, 50 Bridge Street, SYDNEY. Thursday 2 February 2017, 6:15pm start (followed by drinks and nibbles). Tickets will be limited and on sale in the new year. Register your early interest by emailing camla@tpg.com.au

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CAMLA essay competition

The CAMLA essay competition is on again over the summer of 2016/2017. You can win $1000 and your work considered for publication in the Communications Law Bulletin. Full entry details can be found under 'downloads' on this website. Entries Due: Friday 13th January 2017

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CAMLA Young Lawyers - call for 2017 Committee Members

The Communications and Media Law Association’s (CAMLA) Young Lawyers committee is calling for expressions of interest from CAMLA's young lawyer members to become part of this committee for 2017. If you would like to nominate to become a 2017 CAMLA Young Lawyers committee member, please send us a brief CV and explanation as to why you would like to be part of CAMLA Young Lawyers for 2017. Please email your expression of interest to camla@tpg.com.au by Friday 25 November 2016.

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