Defamation: Act of Disunion?
|Speaker||Rosalind McInnes (Principal Solicitor, BBC Scotland)|
|Seminar Details||The effect of the Defamation Act 2013 will be to create and foster radical differences between the media law of Scotland and that of England and Wales. Will Scotland replace London as a libel forum shopper’s dream destination? What can and can’t you say on air, in print and in social media?
Rosalind McInnes is Principal Solicitor of BBC Scotland and the author of “Scots Law for Journalists” (7th and 8th editons) and “Contempt of Court in Scotland”, as well as a co-author of “Media Law and Practice” and other works. She annotated the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 for Current Law Statutes. She is also a Monroe Price International Media Law Moot judge and teaches Media Law Honours at the University of Glasgow.
|Seminar Time||1pm-2pm (registration from 12.45pm)|
|Booking Fee||£35 for members; £50 for non-members (trainees - £15 and £25 respectively)|
|Link to Booking Form||http://www.rfpg.org/cpd:booking|
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