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Some high-profile ‘whistleblower’ cases have recently been in the news – and in the courts. Join two of the country’s foremost experts for an overview of what has been happening and where things might go next. Kieran Pender - Senior Lawyer, Human Rights Law Centre and Honorary Lecturer at ANU Lesley Power - CEO, Alliance for Journalists’ Freedom Please note this event is offered as an in-person seminar or you can join the online webinar.Find out more »
Media Law – Priorities for the New Government. A lunchtime seminar with The Hon. Michelle Rowland MP
**The IIC and CAMLA seminar with the Hon. Michelle Rowland MP has reached in-person capacity so there is a webinar version available. Register below! ** THE HON. MICHELLE ROWLAND MP Michelle was elected to the House of Representatives in 2010 as the Member for Greenway. Prior to entering Parliament she was a senior lawyer specialising in competition and regulation in the telecommunications, media and technology sectors. In 2013 she was appointed Shadow Minister for Citizenship and Multiculturalism, and Shadow…Find out more »
Join us for the inaugural CAMLA oration evening with the Governor of NSW, Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC: "Freedom of Speech - to what end?" Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC is the 39th Governor of New South Wales, commencing her five year tenure on 2 May 2019. Prior to her appointment as Governor, Her Excellency enjoyed a long and distinguished law career spanning 43 years, during which time she served as a…Find out more »
Three media law experts will engage in an online panel discussion about recent legal developments in the UK which may inform how the law develops in Australia, including in relation to privacy rights, the serious harm threshold and the public interest defence to defamation claims. Tom Blackburn SC, 5RB Chambers Alex Wilson, Partner in RPC's Media team Gill Phillips, Director of Editorial Legal Services for The GuardianFind out more »
While we are eagerly awaiting the recommendations of the Defamation Working Party in relation to "Stage 2" of the defamation law reforms, and with the spectre of the Commonwealth government's Social Media (Anti-Trolling) Bill still looming large (pending the election result), a panel of some of Australia's pre-eminent defamation experts will have a robust discussion about the various options for addressing defamation on digital platforms. The Panel: Jake Blundell, Banki Haddock Fiora Sue Chrysanthou SC, 153 Phillip Barristers Matthew…Find out more »
SOLD OUT FOR IN PERSON TICKETS. ONLINE WEBINAR ONLY NOW The Communications and Media Law Association (CAMLA) Young Lawyers are holding a networking event for law students and young lawyers with an interest in media and communications. The event will also feature a panel discussion, where a group of fantastic lawyers working in the media and communications space will discuss their career paths, professional highlights and challenges, as well as providing practical tools for young lawyers and students when networking…Find out more »
WAITLIST ONLY - please contact Cath at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to go on the waitlist for this event. THE CAMLA CUP TRIVIA NIGHT IS BACK! Get your table of ten together or book an individual ticket and join a team. Banquet included. Everyone wins a prize! $ 700.00 for a table of ten $ 70.00 for individual tickets Drinks packages: Soft Drink + Juice + BEER + WINE + SPIRITS - unlimited supply for four hours.…Find out more »
If you have any problems booking a seminar, please contact Cath Hill - email@example.com CAMLA presents Music and the Law 301 - is the music industry due for some disruption? In the third seminar and webinar, of three part music series our expert panel will be discussing some of the current issues that are facing the music industry, with the panelists asking the question: is the industry due for some disruption? Our expert panel, including Australian singer-songwriter Jack River, will…Find out more »
Data and privacy regulation are in the midst of significant change affecting media and technology companies around the world. The pace of change is unlikely to ease as AI and other technologies develop. This webinar will consider some of the key developments in Australia and will consider what else may be in store, through the lens of what is happening elsewhere in the world. TOPICS WILL INCLUDE: the Privacy Legislation Amendment (Enhancing Online Privacy and Other Measures) Bill…Find out more »
In the second seminar of our three part music series our expert panel will unpack the complexities of collective licensing and the role of collecting societies in the music industry. PANEL: Kate Haddock, Partner, Banki Haddock Fiora Chris Johnson, Director of Legal Services, APRA/AMCOS Lynne Small, General Manager, PPCA/ARIA TICKETS: Online & CAMLA Member: Free Online & Non-Member: $15 In-Person & CAMLA Member: $10 In-Person & non-CAMLA Member: $25Find out more »
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