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, lunches and other events featuring speakers prominent in communications and media law policy.
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What's New

Bookings now open for National Security seminars

This event is a two part seminar series exploring in detail the way that recent National Security legislation will impact personal communications, the media and civil liberties in Australia.

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Profile: Lynette Houssarini, ABC

In the latest Communications Law Bulletin: CAMLA Young Lawyers representative, Simone Blackadder, caught up with Lynette Houssarini, a senior lawyer working at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), to discuss her extensive role with the national broadcaster and the current challenges faced by the media industry.

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Latest Communications Law Bulletin out this week

The new look Communications Law Bulletin will be delivered to CAMLA members this week.This edition includes:

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