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CBA Lecture: Reporting Restrictions in the Media

Tuesday 12th March

17.30 – 18.30


Introduction: Charlotte Newell KC (5KBW) – CBA Education Joint Chair.

Speaker: The Recorder of London, HHJ Mark Lucraft KC speaking to ‘anonymity of defendants’

Speaker: Emily Pennink, PA Media speaking to common misconceptions and ‘do’s & don’ts’

Emily Pennink has been the PA news agency’s Old Bailey Correspondent for the past 11 years and has been a trained news reporter for 26 years.

In her role representing national and regional media at the Central Criminal Court, she has covered many high profile and complex cases including the newspaper phone hacking trial, the murder of MP Jo Cox and the Manchester Arena bombing. 

Emily also teaches media law and essential journalism to students at the PA Training academy in central London. 

As a member of the Crime Reporters’ Association executive committee, she supports other journalists, helps formulate and promote good working practices and works to improve relations within the criminal justice system. 

Emily has a degree in history and gained her professional qualification while working as a trainee reporter at local newspapers in Kent and Sussex. 

Before joining the Old Bailey news corps, she held a variety of management roles within PA including senior news editor and assistant editor. 

Outside court, she is a black belt karate instructor, book reviewer and regular talking head on true crime documentaries. 

This lecture will be recorded with the access link circulated at 14.00hrs on the day of the talk (12th March).


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