March 30th, 2009

To access Senator Conroys speech, click on Downloads


March 16th, 2009

We will notify you separately if we have not been able to accept your registration.


March 4th, 2009

CAMLA is delighted that the special guest speaker at this seminar is Senator Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy. The seminar will be held at the Sydney offices of Henry Davis York. We urge you to register early by clicking on Seminars and either registering online or downloading a form.


November 21st, 2008

Thanks to everyone who joined in the fun to make this such a fantastic 20th Anniversary Gala Dinner and Trivia Night. Special thanks to all the sponsors who donated such fabulous prizes - every team took home a prize. Congratulations to Henry Davis York, the team with the winning name, Beyond the Pale'n. Peter Mulligan, Senior Associate at HDY and CAMLA Board member, graciously accepted the award from The Hon. David Levine, a very experienced judge, who spoke at length of the difficulty of choosing a winner from such keen competition. And lastly, thanks and praise go to Deb Richards who, as always, was a magnificent Quiz Host.


October 17th, 2008

To find out more about the CAMLA Essay Prize 2008 and to read the requirements for submitting an essay please go to Downloads and download the Conditions of Entry.


October 13th, 2008

This Seminar has been cancelled. CAMLA hopes to reschedule early in 2009


September 23rd, 2008

CAMLA is celebrating 20 years and to mark the occasion there will be a Gala Dinner on Wednesday 12 November at Establishment Ballroom and to keep the Trivia buffs happy, there will be a special night of Trivia during the dinner. This promises to be a great night of fine food and wine, combined with a competitive edge and fabulous prizes to be won.The winning team will hold the prestigious CAMLA CUP engraved with a special commemorative inscription. Get your team organised and book early. The cost is $120 per head, tables of 8 people.


July 30th, 2008

This seminar will examine the opportunities and the potential issues associated with the user-focussed next generation of the Web. The seminar will cover how properties like MySpace, eBay and Facebook are harnessing user-generated content and applications and will also consider how social networking application, wikis and blogs are impacting and, in some cases, being harnessed by organisations.


November 30th, 2007

Pam Foo, a student at ANU, won first prize with her essay which considered whether Australian law protected against unauthorised use of personal images over the internet. Georgia Lewers, a student at UNSW, was Highly Commended for her essay dealing with the identification of children in criminal proceedings, and Aidan Douglas, Sydney University, was also Highly Commended for his essay titled Peckless Polly, a consideration of loose journalism, corporate giants and defamation. Pam Foo receives a prize of $2,000.00 and a 12 month membership of CAMLA. Georgia Lewers and Aidan Douglas will each receive a 12 month membership of CAMLA. All three essays will be published in future editions of the Communications Law Bulletin.

Peckless Polly Aidan Douglas Loose Journalism, Corporate Giants and the Tightrope of Defamation Law


October 26th, 2007

To download seminar papers, Essay Prize details, and other articles which we have available from time to time, just click on the Downloads section following Latest News.