In this issue:
Copyright in the 2010s The
Decisions that Defined the Decade
Rebecca Dunn, Partner, and Natalie Zwar and Caitlin Meade, lawyers, Gilbert + Tobin
discuss the evolution of copyright law in the 2010s and where copyright law is headed in this new decade.
National Security and
Tech: The New Decade
Patrick Fair, Principal at Patrick Fair Associates, comments on the developments at the intersection
of national security and tech between 2010-2019, and on what’s on the agenda in this space for the next decade.
A New Decade of Data
Eli Fisher, Senior Associate at Baker McKenzie, discusses the main developments in data privacy law in the 2010s
and comments on what lies ahead in the 2020s.
Profile: Associate Professor
Associate Professor Bosland speaks with barrister Claire Roberts
about academia, suppression orders, and what’s wrong with Australian defamation law.
Defamation Law for a New
Sophie Dawson, Partner (Australia), and Phil Gwyn, Associate (UK), Bird & Bird, discuss what lies ahead for defamation law in the new decade.
A Decade of Contempt and
the Media: Ensuring That Justice Must Be Seen to be Done
Katherine Giles, Senior Associate at MinterEllison, discusses the previous decade in contempt law and where the 20s might take us.
All Talk, No Cause of
Action: Where to Next for an Australian Cause of Action for Serious Invasion of
Jim Micallef and Madeleine James at Corrs Chambers Westgarth discuss the developments that took place in the 2010s in relation to a privacy tort in Australia, and what may lie ahead in the 2020s.
eSports – Is it a Sport, a
Business or Both?
A Look at the eSports Industry as it Enters a New Decade Emma Johnsen, Senior Associate at Marque Lawyers,
comments on previous decade of eSports and what’s on the agenda for the 2020s.
Telecommunications – A
Decade of Change
Joel von Thien, Partner, and Jonathan Selby, Lawyer, at Clayton Utz, discuss the developments
that took place in the telecommunications space in the 2010s and what is on the agenda for the coming decade.
2020 CAMLA Young Lawyers
Networking Event report
By CAMLA Young Lawyer Committee representative Amy Campbell, Senior Associate, HWL Ebsworth.
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