By Cheer, Ursula
privacy, breach of confidence, contempt and court reporting, official information, and media complaints bodies. A new chapter on the New Zealand advertising standards regime has also been added. All chapters include well-developed sections on how publication on the internet and o...ther new media is affecting the law.
Easy to use and written in a clear style, this long-established authority on media law includes an index, tables, numbered paragraphs and extensive footnotes. Burrows and Cheer Media Law in New Zealand is the must-have text for students of media law, lawyers, journalists and other media professionals.Read more
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Ursula Cheer is a Professor of Law, specialising in media law, at the University of Canterbury. She is a member of the editorial board and an international contributing editor of the Media & Arts Law Review and is also a member of the editorial committee of the Journal of Media Law. She is a regular Radio New Zealand commentator on Media Law issues.
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