Jessica Halloran is a Walkley winner and chief sports writer at The Australian. She started her journalism career as a cadet at The Sydney Morning Herald, became a sports columnist at the Sunday Telegraph and joined The Australian earlier this year. For more than 18 years she has reported from some of the largest sporting events, including the Olympics. She wrote tennis player Jelena Dokic's best-selling biography, Unbreakable.
Thursday 29 April, 2:00 PMJournalism: A Voice for the Vulnerable
Carriageworks, Bay 22, Eveleigh