CAMLA Essay Prize 


The Communications and Media Law Association (CAMLA) is calling for entries for it 2006 Essay Prize.

The competition aims to encourage high quality work in undergraduate and postgraduate communications and media law courses and to improve links between those studying and practicing in the area.

Prizes will be awarded for:

A previously unpublished essay relating to communications or media law which is the original work of the author;

An essay completed by a student enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate course, possibly as part of that course;

An essay of 1000 – 2000 words. The 3000 word limit (inclusive of footnotes, annexures, attachments, and bibliographies, etc.) is not exceeded.

A prize of $1000 and a one-year membership of CAMLA will be awarded to the winter. The award will be made at the annual CAMLA Christmas function.

For further information visit the CAMLA website.

Closing date for essay entries is Friday 3 November 2006. Entries can be emailed to or post to Nick Abrahams, President, CAMLA, cl- Deacons, GPO Box 3872, Sydney NSW 2001.

CAMLA is one of the leading associates in Australia bringing together people with an interest in media and telecommunications law. Our membership includes major Australian media and telecommunication companies as well as relevant government departments and leading law firms.