October 19th, 2005

The Essay competition is open to any student enrolled in a undergraduate or postgraduate course, possibly as part of that course. The essay must be an original work of the author, previously unpublished, relating to communications or media law. The word limit of 3,000 words(inclusive of all footnotes, annexures, attachments and bibliographies, etc.) is not to be exceeded.

 

September 19th, 2005

How will these emerging technologies affect the telecoms, media and internet sectors?

 

August 8th, 2005

The winning team was Nightclub Incident (Bridget Godwin's team) with Regulatory Roulette (ACMA) placed second and Seven Deadly Sins (Network Seven) third. Special thanks to Richard Ackland who again co-hosted the evening with Deb Richards, and to all our generous supporters.

 

August 3rd, 2005

Test your knowledge, Out-play your competitors. Bring home the Cup.

 

June 29th, 2005

Notices to renew membership have been posted to all CAMLA Members. Renew online using the membership form or download a form and send to us with payment and any change of address details. CAMLA is a non-profit organisation which relies on members' subscriptions to conduct its activities. We value your interest in CAMLA and look forward to your continued support. If you have been a member in the past and would like to re-join, please do so via this website.

 

March 21st, 2005

How will this affect Telcos and other industry players and what about regulatory overlap?

 

December 6th, 2004

The winner, Danny Yap, a student at the University of New South Wales, was presented with his prize of $1,000 and a 12 month CAMLA membership at the CAMLA Christmas Cocktails held at Gilbert & Tobin Lawyers on 23 November 2004.

 

November 28th, 2004

Please send entries to PO Box 545 Glebe 2037 or email to rgonczi@bigpond.net.au

 

November 25th, 2004

November 23rd, 2004