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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.

CAMLA Membership Options

Please select a Membership option below and complete the secure checkout process to purchase and activate your CAMLA membership.

If you would prefer to complete the membership process offline, you can download a Membership Application Form or a Membership Renewal Form and email or fax the form to CAMLA.

Standard Membership

Standard Membership

Standard Membership to CAMLA includes a one year subscription to the Communications Law Bulletin and a discount on all CAMLA Seminars and Other Events.

Standard Membership

Standard Membership - Automatic Renewal

Standard Membership to CAMLA includes a one year subscription to the Communications Law Bulletin and a discount on all CAMLA Seminars and Other Events.

This option is for a recurring membership which will automatically renew on an annual basis.  Payment for this membership will be automatically deducted from your payment card unless cancelled prior to the renewal date.

Corporate Membership

Corporate Membership

CAMLA Corporate Membership is $525.00 (includes GST) for up to five members and includes five annual subscriptions to the Communications Law Bulletin and a discount on all CAMLA Seminars and Other Events. Please email the names and contact details of your five members to camla@tpg.com.au

New Lawyer Membership

New Lawyer Membership

The new lawyer CAMLA membership offer includes a one year subscription to the Communications Law Bulletin and a discount on all CAMLA Seminars and Other Events. This introductory rate is available to new members only who are in their first 5 years of practice (taken from date of admission) and available for the first year of membership only.

Student Membership

Student Membership

Student Membership to CAMLA includes a one year subscription to the Communications Law Bulletin and a discount on all CAMLA Seminars and Other Events.

Bulletin Membership

Communications Law Bulletin Subscription Without Membership

The Communications Law Bulletin (CLB) discusses a wide range of communications law and policy issues. Authors regularly include communications and media lawyers, industry representatives, academics, policy experts and law students. The CLB is a quarterly publication.

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