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Injurious Falsehood 101 webinar

Book now for CAMLA Young Lawyers' Injurious Falsehood 101 webinar. Is injurious falsehood similar to defamation, or not at all? Is pleading injurious falsehood "going out of fashion"? Just how difficult is to establish actual damage? Hear answers to these…

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CAMLA Cup postponed

We hope to hold the CAMLA Cup trivia night on Thursday 21st October (subject to covid restrictions and health advice). This event has sold out. If you would like to go on the waiting list, please email contact@camla.org.au

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Happy 40th Birthday, CLB!

The 40th-anniversary edition of the Communications Law Bulletin is out to CAMLA members now! To commemorate the occasion, Ashleigh Fehrenbach and Eli Fisher, co-editors, assembled seven of the community’s most noteworthy veterans, for a chat about the practice of media,…

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Defamation Law Reform – Stage 2 webinar

With the release of Stage 2 of the Review of Model Defamation Provisions, centred upon the question of internet intermediary liability, CAMLA and JWS bring together a panel of defamation experts for a webinar discussion. This is an opportunity to…

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The Communications Law Bulletin turns 40!

This month marks 40 years of the Communications Law Bulletin! View the first edition from April 1981 here featuring Peter Banki, Legal Research Officer at the Australian Copyright Council and founding CAMLA member, Mark Armstrong. Happy Birthday from the current…

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Congratulations to the 2020 CAMLA essay winners!

The winners of the 2020 CAMLA essay competition were announced last night (29th March) at the CAMLA Young Lawyer Networking event, Clayton Utz, Sydney. A big congratulations to our finalists: FIRST PLACE: Isabella Barrett, University of Sydney (pictured) “Comment is…

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