Media Law

The internet and global markets have redrawn the traditional map of libel and intellectual property law.  IP and its protection alone now represent 5% of the total value in world trade.

And today everyone is a journalist.  If you publish content, you are governed by the same laws.

Our media law courses are trained by journalists, not lawyers, and they give you a practical working perspective of the law as it affects you, by guiding you through the maze of copyright, IP, slander and libel laws, with a detailed focus on media law.

Lawyers are the only persons in whom ignorance of the law is not punished.

Jeremy Bentham, philosopher and activist (1748-1832)