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A CRISIS OF DEMOCRATIC ACCOUNTABILITY

Stephenson Randall

Oprawa:
TWARDA

Wydawca:
Bloomsbury Publishing (UK)

ISBN:
9781509920815

341,25 PLN
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Opis produktu

Randall Stephenson is a scholar of defamation law and public law. He completed his DPhil in law at the University of Oxford in 2017. Before attending Oxford he studied first amendment jurisprudence at Columbia University (LLM) and practised litigation at Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP in Toronto Canada.An excellent comparative study of the public interest and political speech defences in defamation law particularly from the perspective of the misuse of democratic free expression justifications in the UK Australia New Zealand Canada and the United States.Of interest to free speech defamation and public law scholars and comparative lawyers.Randall Stephenson is a scholar of defamation law and public law. He completed his DPhil in law at the University of Oxford in 2017. Before attending Oxford he studied first amendment jurisprudence at Columbia University (LLM) and practiced litigation at Osler Hoskin & Harcourt LLP in Toronto Canada.This book undertakes a comparative study of the public interest and political speech defences in defamation law particularly from the perspective of the misuse of democratic free expression justifications. Specifically it argues that the law and legal approaches taken by leading courts and legislatures in the UK Australia New Zealand Canada and the United States five common law comparators are undertheorised lack adequate criteria for determining the correct form of the defence and would benefit from a more precise understanding of śdemocracy śaccountability and śrepresentation. The book will be of great interest to scholars of free speech defamation and public law.An excellent comparative study of the public interest and political speech defences in defamation law particularly from the perspective of the misuse of democratic free expression justifications in the UK Australia New Zealand Canada and the United States.Part A: Introduction to the Problem of Public Libel LawOverview of Part A 1. Balancing Freedom of Expression and Reputation in Constitutional Context I. Defamations Moving Target: Balancing Free Expression and Reputation II. Overview of Public Libel Doctrine III. Continuum of Doctrinal Solutions IV. Public Libel Laws TheoryDoctrine Rift V. Chapter Conclusion 2. Methodological Barriers to Democratic Theorising I. Overview II. Methodological Barrier IIII. Democratic Theorising in Public Libel Jurisprudence IV. Methodological Barrier II V. Moving Forward Part B: Undertheorising Democratic Accountability: Comparative Law Analysis of Public Libel DoctrineOverview of Part B 3. Indeterminate Balancing in Public Libel Doctrine: Generic Rules and śImplied Rights I. United States II. Australia III. Chapter Conclusion 4. Overlooking the Checking Function of the Press I. Overview II. Strasbourg Jurisprudence III. United Kingdom IV. New Zealand V. Chapter Conclusion 5. Conflating Meiklejohnian Theory and the Checking Function of the Press I. Overview II. United Kingdom III. Canada IV. Ch

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