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.
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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Enter your communications/media law essay in the 2020 CAMLA Essay Competition! One month to go until deadline. Great prizes to be won! All entry details can be found here or…
Don't miss CAMLA Young Lawyers: Non-Publication & Suppression Orders 101 Webinar. Thursday 17 September - 5:00pm to 6:00pm. FREE for CAMLA members. $10 for non-CAMLA members. Register now at www.camla.org.au/seminars