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Open justice: court reporting in the digital age

Inquiry

This short inquiry seeks to understand how digital technology has affected the way that the media and the public access and report on the courts.

Read the call for evidence to find out more about this inquiry.

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Monday 29 November 2021.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Fifth Report - Open justice: court reporting in the digital age
Inquiry Open justice: court reporting in the digital age
Committees Justice Committee
HC 339
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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11 January 2022
Inquiry Open justice: court reporting in the digital age
Witnesses Sir Andrew McFarlane (President at Family Division), John Battle (Head of Legal and Compliance at ITN, and Chair at Media Lawyers Association), and Dr Natalie Byrom (Director at Legal Education Foundation)
Committees Justice Committee
Oral Evidence
9 November 2021
Inquiry Open justice: court reporting in the digital age
Witnesses Ms Maeve McClenaghan (Journalist at The Bureau of Investigative Journalism), Dr Judith Townend (Senior Lecturer in media and information law at University of Sussex), and Ms Emily Pennink (Old Bailey Correspondent at Press Association)
Committees Justice Committee
Oral Evidence
OPJ0047 - Open justice: court reporting in the digital age
Witnesses Steven Gee QC (Barrister at Monckton Chambers)
Committees Justice Committee
Written Evidence
OPJ0046 - Open justice: court reporting in the digital age
Witnesses Dr Royston Flude (President at CSPOC)
Committees Justice Committee
Written Evidence
OPJ0045 - Open justice: court reporting in the digital age
Witnesses Magistrates Association
Committees Justice Committee
Written Evidence

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