228 pages. 14.5 x 22.5 cm. Original blue buckram. A near fine copy. No dust-jacket, as issued. This book is a collection of seven essays to mark Sir Brian Neill's 80th birthday. The essays cover topics related to information technology and the law and current issues in defamation, with a foreword by Lord Woolf and Lord Bingham. Edited by Lord Saville and Richard Susskind, contributors include Colin Tapper, Desmond Browne QC and Sir Henry Brooke.
- Introduction - Tom Bingham and Harry Woolf.Technology and the Judicial Process - Henry Brooke.Information Technology and a Public Inquiry - Mark Saville.Management and Judges - Richard Susskind.The Law of Databases and Databases of the Law - Colin Tapper.Article 10 ECHR and Freeedom of Expression: Whay has it Added to the Common Law? - Desmond Browne.Defamation: Some Recent Developments and non-developments - David Eady.The Bastion of Freedom of Expression - is it threatened by the laws of confidentiality, privacy or contempt? - Charles Gray.Index