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LEVESON INQUIRY:
CULTURE, PRACTICE
AND ETHICS OF THE PRESS

Attending the Hearings

The formal hearings of the Inquiry finished on 24 July 2012. 

The public are welcome to attend the hearings which are being held in Court 73 of the Royal Courts of Justice (RCJ) in London.  Please see the HMCTS website for a map.

Due to limited seating (up to a maximum of 14) in the Hearing Room tickets will be allocated on a first come basis and will be valid for both morning and afternoon sessions. 

Members of the public are requested to take their seats no later than 9:50am  for the morning session and 1:50pm for the afternoon session and are requested to remain in their seats while the Inquiry is sitting. Please note that there will be short breaks during each session.

Upon entry to the Hearing Room all those sitting in the public gallery will be encouraged to leave their belongings on a coat rail at the side of the Hearing Room.

Proceedings will be streamed live to an annex within the grounds of the Royal Courts of Justice.

Upon arrival at the RCJ, please follow signs to the Bell Yard North entrance and then to either the Hearing Room, which is on the second floor of the East Block, or to the annex.  Please note that the Bell Yard North entrance opens at 9:00am.