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CAMLA Young Lawyers Networking Event – report by Danielle Slimnicanovski
On 2 March 2016, the CAMLA Young Lawyers Committee proudly organised a Young Lawyers Networking event at Corrs Chambers Westgarth.
Almost 100 aspiring young lawyers with an interest in the communications and media industries attended. They gained valuable insights into the career paths of an accomplished and inspiring panel who candidly recounted their professional highlights and challenges:
- Sue Chrysanthou (Barrister, Blackstone Chambers)
- Grant McAvaney (Senior Lawyer, Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
- Alison Jones (Senior Associate, Corrs Chambers Westgarth)
- Jeannette Scott (Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs, Association for Data-driven Marketing & Advertising)
The winners of CAMLA’s annual essay writing competition were also announced.
CAMLA Committee Member, Larina Mullins of News Corp presented the following awards:
First prize: Joel Parsons of UNSW for his essay “Publication and Constructive Knowledge: Jurisdictional Divergence in Australia”
Second prize: Adrian Dean (Deakin) for his essay “After Dallas Buyers Club: Can Piracy Be Curbed outside of the Court?”
Third prize: Rachel Baker (Ashurst) for her essay “How Australia’s Second and Third Estates are undermining the Fourth”.
The essays will appear in upcoming issues of CAMLA’s Communications Law Bulletin.