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- RT @ExplodingCanon: Top down approach, starting with the 'blackletter' syllabus, undermines contextual engagement before we've started #sls… 7 hours ago
- Refreshing gender balance #slsa2015: all female panel this pm,open programme to see female slsa chair, 2:1 f/m plenary, 4/6 prizes to women 7 hours ago
- Enjoying Prof Joanne Conaghan on development of legal ed and law in context, unpacking doctrinal vs socio-legal representations #slsa2015 7 hours ago
- RT @ExplodingCanon: @JoanneConaghan Black letter law aimed at distinguishing legal academia and practice, to give legal discipline standing… 8 hours ago
- RT @ExplodingCanon: How did law ever become seen as separated from its myriad (and obvious) contexts? @JoanneConaghan #slsa2015 8 hours ago
- RT @JTownend: ...contacted by @igavels about inappropriate use of gavel in @meejalaw logo … there’s a Tumblr of course: http://t.co/o3EERPG… 3 months ago
- [Scotland] COPFS: Guidance on cases involving Communications sent via Social Media: bit.ly/1zgEoBh #medialaw 3 months ago
- [Scotland] COPFS release: Crown Office sets out social media prosecution policy: bit.ly/1zEniLY #medialaw 3 months ago
- RT @infolawcentre: New post: An open and linkable Leveson report… inspiration for legal and policy documents? bit.ly/1xWxXEC cc @ro… 4 months ago
- RT @IndexCensorship: #PressRegulation in the #UK? Share your thoughts with @impressproject today 3-4pm GMT http://t.co/iwi8jFEpf6 4 months ago
Category Archives: broadcasting
There’s an excellent piece by Paul Lashmar, investigative journalist and lecturer at Brunel University, on openDemocracy this week, examining the role of – and implications for – investigative journalism in the recent ‘BBC debacle’. I was particularly interested in the … Continue reading
Stewart Purvis, professor of television journalism at City University London (formerly of ITN and Ofcom) has been carefully tracking the detail around ex-BBC director-general Mark Thompson’s legal interaction with the Sunday Times, following the newspaper’s questions about the BBC’s handling … Continue reading
There are two new posts over on the Inforrm blog, covering events this week. One on how the Leveson Inquiry is open to all via livestream and tweet; the second reports last night’s Media Society debate at Westminster University, ‘The … Continue reading
[Also posted on the Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism blog]. The Court of Justice of the European Union has released Advocate General Kokott’s opinion on Murphy v Media Protection Services and FA Premier League v QC Leisure [PDF]. To … Continue reading