What is the Communications Law Bulletin?
The Communications Law Bulletin (CLB) discusses a wide range of communications law and policy issues and is distributed in hard copyand/or email to members as part of their membership.
Authors regularly include communications and media lawyers, industry representatives, academics, policy experts and law students.
Contributions and comments to the CLB are sought from members of the public including features, articles and case notes. We have a flexible word limit but most articles are about 1000-1500 words. Please send all contributions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
Past issues of the CLB are being progressively loaded onto this site and will be accessible here except for the four most recent issues.
2022 - Volume 41
International Women’s Day Edition
After the success of our inaugural IWD special edition last year, we are pleased to again be sharing an edition of the CLB that celebrates the many illustrious and diverse contributions of some of our industry’s leading women. This edition contains a series of short interviews with around 40 leaders from a range of backgrounds and experiences across media, communications, IP, advertising, government, privacy, entertainment and tech.
You will hear brilliant stories from the bench, the bar, government, private practice, in house, and executive roles.
The CAMLA industries in Australia are driven by the intelligence, advocacy, warmth, leadership and persistence of many incredible women – and we are pleased to be able to share a sample of that in this bulletin.
Thank you to everyone who gave their time to be featured, and to the CAMLA Young Lawyers who conducted the interviews. This could not have gone ahead without all of you.
Enjoy the read!
Ashleigh Fehrenbach and Eli Fisher