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Free to View Inside Media Law

This Spring, Routledge Law are pleased to bring you Free to View Inside Media Law; providing free access to carefully selected chapters from our wide range of research, textbooks and online Journal articles.

Free to View Chapters available onlineRoutledge Law is one of the leading legal publishers with an internationally renowned research program and innovative student-focused textbooks. We've picked the best of our Media Law books, opening up chapters to give you a range of free content covering hot topics such as the Leveson Enquiry, WikiLeaks and the rise of social media policies. 

Chapters available include:

View Inside this BookYou can access any of the above chapters for free, simply click on the View Inside button on any of the product pages.  

Access is available until 30 June 2014.

Want to extend your research into Media Law?  View our free article collection on Law & Media.

Free Journal Articles on Law and MediaExplore prevalent and current issues such as cybercrime, internet law, the Leveson Enquiry, WikiLeaks and much more. These issues have seen a rise in prominence over the years with the increase of readily-available information due to the internet and social media. But what impact does this have on Law?

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