Lunch and learn: Discover how SLAPPs are stifling free speech and learn how to deal with them when they arise
Lunch and learn - this short course aims to provide a summary of the key areas of privacy which journalists need to be fully up to speed on and includes the editors’ code and public interest defence.
Lunch and learn - This short course aims to provide fundamental information, covering recent law and example cases while showing common errors that can lead to copyright cases.
E-learning - This course is intended to help reporters covering courts to challenge reporting restrictions which are unnecessary, or wrong in law.
E-learning - This course is for anyone who wants to understand the principles and practice of press regulation in the UK and to develop their knowledge of the Independent Press Standards Organisation and the work that it does.
This is a workshop for tutors delivering the essential media law and regulation and court reporting modules in the Diploma in Journalism.
Exam refresher sessions are ideal for distance learners and those who would benefit from additional support ahead of exams, giving them valuable time with experienced NCTJ tutors.
E-learning - this course is designed for anyone who wants a broad introduction to media law, and professional journalists.
Masterclass - from good editorial practice and public interest, to defamation and data protection, this masterclass is ideal for anyone looking to brush up on their media law knowledge.