Showing items tagged with 'court reporting'
30 May 2019: Michael Foley explains the recent judgement that appears to undermine the presumption of disclosure
29 May 2019: NUJ members Trevor Birney and Barry McCaffrey vindicated and a good day for press freedom in Northern Ireland
8 November 2018: The Dublin P&PR branch's seminar will cover accessing court papers, social media & the courts, contempt & privilege chanegs and court reporting.
20 April 2018: On Friday morning delegates agree the first set of campaigning priorities for the next two years.
5 March 2018: A course covering court reporting, Twitter spats and reporting violence against women.
4 May 2017: What are the responsibilities journalists face when covering criminal cases? How can forensic psychology play its part in explaining the behaviour of offenders? This joint NUJ and BPS event explored the issues.
6 January 2015: Going to court to cover a case can be a daunting experience. Getting it wrong can get you into trouble not just with your newsroom but with the judge.
23 September 2014: New guidance for journalists covering criminal courts.
12 June 2014: The NUJ welcomes successful appeal by member in Ireland to having Neil McBride, who admitted to having 90 child images on his computer, named following a secrecy order.
5 June 2014: Media groups object to secret trail of two accused of terrorism at Old Bailey.