Law and Media Round up 30 May 2010

30 05 2010

In this regular feature we draw attention to the last week’s law and media news and next week’s upcoming events. If readers have any news or events which they would like to draw attention to please add them by way of comments on this post. We are particularly interested in forthcoming events.


We have already commented on the two biggest media law stories of the week.  First, there was the Duchess of York’s exposure by a “News of the World” sting.  The issue of the public interest justification for this operation was discussed by us in a posting, which was subsequently republished on the “Guardian Legal Network”.  This was, in turn, picked up by Roy Greenslade on his blog.  Read the rest of this entry »