Court reporting restrictions

Open justice is a fundamental principle – the media should be able to report fully on all cases which take place in the courts.

This course is intended to help reporters covering courts to challenge reporting restrictions which are unnecessary, or wrong in law.

It is aimed at working journalists who are covering courts.

The course will take around 8-10 hours to work through. You can start at any time and work at your own pace.

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