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Law and Media Round Up – 14 May 2012

Originally posted on Inforrm's Blog:
A high-profile week at the Leveson Inquiry, with evidence from Rebekah Brooks, the MailOnline editor Martin Clarke and Andy Coulson (see Natalie Peck’s Inforrm roundup).  As well as sharing David Cameron’s text-speak (lol), Brooks…

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Employment tribunals and closed material proceedings

By Lawrence McNamara With the Justice and Security Bill due soon, some interesting issues are arising around the use of closed material proceedings in Employment Tribunals. Under Rule 54 of the regulations that govern procedure, closed proceedings and the exclusion … Continue reading

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Opening the court doors online (as well as on TV)

It is expected that today’s Queen’s Speech will contain the government’s plans for allowing cameras in court – albeit it limited to summing up and sentencing in selected courts [update: it does]. But what about opening up justice online? The new issue of … Continue reading

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