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Media Law training with Peter Gregory

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Media law is constantly changing.

MEAA will be hosting a one-day Media Law Training Course on Saturday October 27, from 9am through to 5:00pm, for FreelancePro and MEAA Media members at (needs venue details).

For FreelancePro members who haven’t completed media law training in the last five years, you are strongly encouraged to complete this course.

N.B. places for this course are strictly limited.

Trainer: Peter Gregory – sessional lecturer and tutor at La Trobe University teaching and development of undergraduate and postgraduate media law units. From 1988 to 2010 Peter reported on Victoria's courts for The Age. Peter's PhD topic was an examination of the need for court suppression orders in the digital age. He is the author of Court Reporting in Australia, Cambridge University Press (2005). ISBN 0 521 61511-9

This course will give you up to date media law training on a range of issues such as:

  • Contempt of court
  • Defamation
  • Privacy
  • Hate speech & vilification
  • Copyright
  • Regulatory schemes & broadcast regulation
  • Court reporting
  • Freedom of information (FOI)
  • Newsgathering

For more information, email or phone 0415 995 745.

March 30th, 2019 9:00 AM   through   5:00 PM
Conference Fee
MEAA Media members $ 250.00
Non-members $ 500.00

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