Mark Stephens is a London-based lawyer specialising in media law and human rights.
He has represented The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and other media organsiations and journalists in many high-profile cases in the United Kingdom, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and in the European Court of Human Rights.
This event offers a unique opportunity to speak directly to the lawyer representing one of the most controversial individuals of our time.
He will discuss the impact on transparency, foreign policy and journalism in the wake of Wikileaks’ release of hundreds of thousands of secret government documents.
Date: Thursday, 9 June, 2011
Time: 10 – 11:30 am,
Place: Convocation Room, Main Building, The University of Hong Kong