Special Issue: Reforming Libel Law
Guest Editors: David Capper and Gordon Anthony

Articles

Editors’ introduction

David Capper, Gordon Anthony
Abstract 65 | NILQ 63.1.0 Capper and Anthony Downloads 44 | DOI https://doi.org/10.53386/nilq.v63i1.381

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Reframing libel: taking (all) rights seriously and where it leads

Alastair Mullis, Andrew Scott
Abstract 88 | NILQ 63.1.1 Mullis and Scott Downloads 73 | DOI https://doi.org/10.53386/nilq.v63i1.371

Page 5-25

The internet – making a difference?

Steve Hedley
Abstract 68 | NILQ 63.1.4 Hedley Downloads 54 | DOI https://doi.org/10.53386/nilq.v63i1.374

Page 75-83

Libel tourism – a solution in sight?

Trevor C Hartley
Abstract 104 | NILQ 63.1.5 Hartley Downloads 76 | DOI https://doi.org/10.53386/nilq.v63i1.375

Page 85-96

British defamation reform: an American perspective

Russell L Weaver
Abstract 74 | NILQ 63.1.6 Weaver Downloads 56 | DOI https://doi.org/10.53386/nilq.v63i1.376

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Funding defamation litigation

Paul Tweed
Abstract 68 | NILQ 63.1.9 Tweed Downloads 55 | DOI https://doi.org/10.53386/nilq.v63i1.379

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