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With the release of the Review of Model Defamation Provisions Discussion Paper by the Attorneys-General Defamation Working Party, a panel of defamation experts will lead a discussion of their priorities for change and how defamation reform across Australia’s States and…Find out more »
It's been a particularly big year for integrity in the Australian sporting landscape. We've been shocked by ball tampering and the overseas imprisonment of a Melbourne footballer player; there has been a steady flow of scandals involving players to which…Find out more »
Don't miss CAMLA Young Lawyers Committee’s Speed Mentoring evening! A great opportunity for young lawyers to meet leading lawyers from the media and communications industry and socialise afterwards.Find out more »
The ever popular CAMLA Cup trivia night is on again! Book a table of ten or buy an individual ticket to join a team.Find out more »
Big Data Sets and Big Data Rights: the future of big data, big business, and the individual It's 2028, and each Australian is protected by new data rights, including the right of data access, a right to object to processing,…Find out more »
“Burning platforms”, “collapsing windows” and Australian culture under threat. It’s a warzone out there - and that’s before the cameras start rolling. A panel of some of our most experienced and influential Film and TV business affairs executives talk through…Find out more »
CAMLA YOUNG LAWYERS CPD SEMINAR PRIVACY LAW ESSENTIALS FRIDAY 1 JUNE 2018 CAMLA Young Lawyers will be taking you back to privacy basics in its annual CAMLA Young Lawyers Committee CPD Seminar. Panelists will provide practical insight into privacy law,…Find out more »
“We need a coherent, principled and evidence-based approach to guide a transition where all players do their bit” With recent developments in policy and regulation suggesting that Australia is barely playing catch-up, Michelle Rowland MP, Shadow Minister for Communications will…Find out more »
The Communications and Media Law Association (CAMLA) Young Lawyers are holding a networking event for law students and young lawyers with an interest in the media and communications industries. The panel will discuss their career paths, professional highlights & challenges and…Find out more »
Whether its petrol prices, energy affordability, infrastructure access or banking, the ACCC has much to focus on. Media policy is no exception. Join ACCC Chairman Rod Sims as he addresses the legal and policy issues relating to communications and the…Find out more »
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