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From defamation to state security – how does the law affect journalists’ ability to expose the truth? To discuss this topic, we have an all star panel of legal writers and editors, a lawyer and a judge: *Richard Ackland, editor, Justinian / legal affairs editor, The Saturday Paper *Kate Haddock, partner, Banki Haddock Fiora *Nicola Berkovic, legal affairs writer, The Australian *Judge Judith Gibson, District Court of NSW / Bulletin author for Australian Defamation Law and Practice *Moderator: Marcus Strom, media adviser, University of Sydney / Media section president, MEAA This talk was recorded at the State Library of New South Wales on September 20, 2018, as part of our regular Walkley Talks series there. Read Richard Ackland’s essay on the legal landscape for journalism, part of the Walkley Journalism Explored essay series (supported by the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund). https://medium.com/the-walkley-magazine/legal-frictions-96ee2b03b983 Thanks also to Banki Haddock Fiora, Walkley Foundation legal partner. This podcast is produced by Kevin Suarez with help from the 2SER studios in Sydney, Australia.

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