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Information and communications law are well-represented on the events calendar for May and June at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, with two lectures by visiting fellow Dr Judith Bannister, University of Adelaide, on open government, accountability and freedom of information, a lecture by visiting fellow Professor Katherine Biber, University of Technology Sydney, on open justice and criminal evidence and a related seminar on ‘illicit images’, the European Criminal Law Association (UK)’s seminar on Cybercrime, Policing and Privacy and a special Course on Electronic Evidence (including Electronic Signatures).

Full details at the links below: 

Wednesday 13 May, 18:00 – 20:00: Open Justice and Open Secrets: The Cultural Afterlife of Criminal Evidence. Professor Katherine Biber, University of Technology Sydney, Australia; IALS Visiting Fellow.

Thursday 14 May, 12:30 – 13:30: Accountability or involvement? Open government and the participatory ideal. Dr Judith Bannister, University of Adelaide, Australia; IALS Visiting Fellow.

Monday 18 May 2015, 16:00 – 18:30. Cybercrime, Policing and Privacy. European Criminal Law Association (UK)’s seminar.

Monday 8th June 2015 – Friday 12 June 2015. Course on Electronic Evidence (including Electronic Signatures)

Thursday 11 June 2015, 16:00 – 18:00. Illicit Images (title TBC). (Organised in collaboration with Birkeck, University of London)

Wednesday 17 June, 18:00 – 20:00
Thinking spaces; the exclusion of deliberative matter from FOI disclosure. Dr Judith Bannister, University of Adelaide, Australia; IALS Visiting Fellow.