November 14th, 2016

The Communications and Media Law Association’s (CAMLA) Young Lawyers committee is calling for expressions of interest from CAMLA's young lawyer members to become part of this committee for 2017.

CAMLA Young Lawyers is an official sub-committee of CAMLA of up to 15 young lawyers who represent the interests of young lawyers working in, or who have an interest in, communications and media law in Australia. CAMLA Young Lawyers also assists the CAMLA Board with fulfilling its objectives.

The CAMLA Young Lawyers committee aims to be representative of all sectors of communications and media law including private practice, in-house, government/regulatory, academia and persons with a genuine interest in the area, including students.

The CAMLA Young Lawyers committee is a 'hands-on' committee and all members are called on to actively participate and contribute.

Committee members are asked to attend all monthly meetings and are required to participate in organising events and contribute to the Communications Law Bulletin.

If you would like to nominate to become a 2017 CAMLA Young Lawyers committee member, please send us a brief CV and explanation as to why you would like to be part of CAMLA Young Lawyers for 2017.

Please email your expression of interest to camla@tpg.com.au by Friday 25 November 2016.

You must be an existing member of CAMLA to apply (or arrange your membership through the CAMLA website: www.camla.org.au prior to submitting your application).

Successful applicants will be notified by email.

 

November 14th, 2016

The CAMLA AGM will be held on Thursday 24th November at 5:45pm at Gilbert + Tobin.

Click here for CAMLA Board nomination forms

Click here for proxy forms

CAMLA members are invited to attend the AGM and our end of year drinks celebration at
6.30pm (following the CAMLA annual general meeting)

Gilbert + Tobin
Level 35, Tower Two,
International Towers Sydney
200 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo

RSVP by Thursday 17 November 2016
To Cath Hill (02) 4294 8059
camla@tpg.com.au
Please advise any dietary requirements and if you will also be attending the AGM.

November 7th, 2016

Book now for Challenges in Media Regulation - Guest Speaker: Richard Bean

Wednesday 9 November 2016
6.00pm for 6:30pm start
Drinks and canapés served 7.30pm
Ashurst
Ballroom, Level 9
5 Martin Place, Sydney

We welcome you to hear ACMA acting Chairman, Richard Bean discuss the role of concepts like influence, plurality and diversity in media regulation in the context of the disruption of current frameworks.

The event will be held under the Chatham House rule.

 

Please RSVP here