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Quick Win Media Law Ireland by Andrea MartinQuick Win Media Law Ireland: Answers to your top 100 Media Law Questions by Andrea Martin is aimed at those who work in the media industry seeking quick and practical answers to legal questions they encounter day-to-day. Written for non-lawyers, it is useful to public relations, advertising, publishing and digital media professionals faced with legal queries arising in their work. It is also a valuable resource for non-specialist lawyers and their clients when faced with a media-related question. Students on media or related courses will find a plain English explanation of the legal principles they will learn about in media law modules.

The book is divided into six sections:
* The Irish legal system
* Defamation Law
* Defamation court procedures
* Media content regulation
* Privacy and data protection
* Copyright

“Andrea Martin’s book has fast become the standard text in media law for communications students. They want something accessible and up to date and this book is strong on both counts.”
Michael Foley, Lecturer in Journalism, Dublin institute of Technology

QuickWin Media Law Ireland is designed so you can dip in and out seeking answers to your top Irish media law questions as they arise. Answers to your queries can be located not only from the contents list but also by using the subject grid at the start of the book and by following the thread of cross-references provided at the end of each Q&A.

Published by Oak Tree Press in 2011, QuickWin Media Law Ireland is available to purchase online and in leading book shops. It is also available in iPhone app and Kindle ebook formats.

 

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