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Open Justice Week: Scottish court refuses permission to tweet; English High Court allows media access to phone hacking court documents

A quick update on recent open justice themed developments. The Open Justice UK group has been refused permission to live tweet a case in Scotland, as Cristiana Theodoli (@_cric) explains here. While journalists have applied to tweet and tweeting was … Continue reading

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Open Justice Week is here

Open Justice Week, a Scottish initiative launched by James Doleman and Cristiana Theodoli, has kicked off. The liveliest conversations are in the Facebook group and on Twitter but you can also follow the blog here, which will be tracking people’s … Continue reading

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Open Justice Week – a few more details

Yesterday I blogged about a new Scottish initiative for ‘Open Justice Week‘, starting Monday 27 February. Its organisers have since replied to my questions – their answers are shared below: How will your partnership with the Guardian work? We are … Continue reading

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Open justice: forging the digital path ahead

In a nice bit of serendipity, I discovered yesterday that the Centre for Law, Justice and Journalism’s ‘Justice Wide Open‘ event on 29 February will fall in ‘Open Justice Week’, a new initiative led by James Doleman, of the Tommy … Continue reading

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