But only if you a staff journalist working for an established media company.
Wikileaks supremo Julian Assange‘s extradition hearing will resume on 12 July, and up to 100 hacks will be allowed access to this spectacle of judicial theatre. The catch is that the Assange hearing is a ticket-only event, and likely to be heavily oversubscribed. So get in there now! Unless, that is, you are a sole-trading freelance journalist, and thus ineligible for a ticket.
Is it legal for a court of law to discriminate against freelance journalists wishing to attend an extradition hearing which is the subject of considerable
voyeuristic public interest?