PL chairing two highlights of the Centre for Investigative Journalism’s Summer School sessions

Brunel’s Paul Lashmar will be chairing two keynote session of the Centre for Investigative Journalism’s Summer Conference, including with the journalist who broke the FIFA corruption story.

1. Paul will be in conversation with the investigative reporter, Andrew Jennings and will talk to him about his 15 year investigation into FIFA. Friday 3 July PM.

2. The HSBC Leaks panel with David Leigh, James Oliver and Herve Falciani.

Date: Sat 4 July, 12-1pm.

This was the major investigation of a few months back that revealed that HSBC helped rich clients evade tax.

Paul Lashmar is subject leader for Journalism@Brunel, an award winning investigative journalist and now a research academic. As a multimedia journalist he covered many of the major stories of the last 30 years. He is an adviser to TCIJ. “I have known Andrew, David and James for many years and they are all exceptional journalists who have consistently broken major stories.

They are examples of what great journalism is all about, as they are relentless, smart and act in the public interest. These sessions promise to be fascinating, plus there will be one or two amusing anecdotes from the past,” he says. This is the UK’s only investigative journalism training conference for journalists and any one interest in improving their investigative skills.

The Summer School takes place on 2-4 July at Goldsmiths, University of London. Tickets available from: