Blackstone's Statutes on Media Law

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Richard Caddell, Howard Johnson
Oxford University Press, 2006 - Law - 400 pages
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This new addition to the Blackstone's Statutes series provides a comprehensive collection of important legislative provisions of UK, EC, and international law governing the print and broadcast media. Designed specifically for students, Blackstone's Statutes lead the market in providing a carefully selected, regularly updated, and well sourced collection of legislation for the core subjects and major options offered on the law syllabus. Each title is ideal for use throughout the course and in exams providing the student with: unparalleled coverage; unannotated primary and secondary legislation; detailed indexing and tables of content to aid quick and efficient research; up-to-date and relevant material; and, an Online Resource Centre providing updates, web links, and guidance on using a statutes book.

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Contents

Bill of Rights
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First Amendment to
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Defamation
17
Copyright

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Richard Caddell graduated from University of Wales Cardiff in 1999 with an honours degree in Law and Spanish. In 2001 he earned an LL.M degree in Commercial Law, also from University of Wales, Cardiff, awarded with Distinction (both overall and also for the thesis). He was appointed to a lectureship in law at University of Wales, Bangor, in September 2004.

Howard Johnson is Assistant Director of Centre for Medico-Legal Studies and he has worked at Cardiff University since 1976. His interests range over commercial law, the law of intellectual property and media law. He is the Administrative Editor of the Butterworths Medico-Legal Reports and an Associate Editor of Communications Law.

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