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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Williams, Mortimer and Sunnucks: Executors, Administrators and Probate

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McNae's Essential Law for Journalists 23rd ed isbn 9780198809579

McNae's Essential Law for Journalists 23rd ed

ISBN13: 9780198748359
New Edition ISBN: 9780198809579
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199679102
Published: June 2016
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £24.99

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Precise and lucid in its treatment of practical detail, McNae's Essential Law for Journalists is the unrivalled handbook for students of journalism and professionals.

Including pithy summaries, clear cross-references, and hands-on practical advice, McNae's meets the needs of busy journalists who need quick and reliable answers to the questions they face in their day-to-day work, while also providing students with authoritative coverage of key media law topics.

Endorsed by the National Council for the Training of Journalists as the elemental text for students and widely used in newsrooms across the UK, McNae's continues to successfully distil the law and make it manageable. A comprehensive website (www.mcnaes.com) accompanies the text, providing a range of resources, including regular updates from the authors to keep you abreast of the law, whether on the job or in exams.

Media and Entertainment Law
Part 1: The Landscape of Law, Ethics and Regulation
1: Introduction
2: Press regulation
3: Broadcast regulation

Part 2: Crime, Courts and Tribunals
4: Crime: media coverage prior to any court case
5: Crimes: categories and definitions
6: Magistrates courts: summary cases
7: Magistrates courts: the most serious criminal cases
8: Crown courts and appeal courts
9: Juveniles in criminal and anti-social behaviour cases
10: Sexual offences
11: Court reporting - other restrictions
12: Civil courts
13: Family courts
14: Open justice and access to court information
15: Challenging the courts
16: Coroners courts
17: Tribunals and public inquiries
18: Contempt of court

Part 3: Defamation and Related Law
19: Defamation - definitions and dangers
20: The claimant and what must be proved
21: Defences
22: The public interest defence
23: The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
24: Slander, malicious falsehood and obscenity

Part 4: Confidentiality, Privacy and Copyright
25: Breach of confidence
26: Privacy
27: News-gathering avoiding intrusion
28: Data protection
29: Copyright

Part 5: Information and Expression
30: Freedom of Information Act 2000
31: Other information rights and access to meetings
32: Reporting elections
33: Official secrets
34: The journalist's sources and neutrality
35: The risks of being charged with bribery, misconduct, hacking or intercepting
36: The right to take photographs, film and record
37: Northern Ireland

Part 6: Online Chapters
38: The incitement of hate
39: Scotland
40: Terrorism and the effect of counter-terrorism law