Table of contents for Freedom of expression and freedom of information : essays in honour of Sir David Williams / edited by Jack Beatson and Yvonne Cripps.

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Sir David Williams QC, DL, Jack Beatson QC and Sir William Wade QC
1. Part One Freedom of Expression Common Law Constitutionalism and Freedom of Speech, Trevor Allen
2. Freedom of Speech and Representative Government, Leslie Zines
3. Freedom of Expression and Religion: Some Thoughts on the `Glenn Hoddle' Case, The Hon Mr Justice Lias and Jason Coppell
4. Politicians and the Press, Michael Beloff QC
5. The Protection of Political Discourse: Pragmatism or Incoherence?, Christopher Forsythe
6. Is the Privileged Position of Political Speech Justified?, Ivan Hare
7. A Free Press and Fair Trial: Challenges and Change, A. T. H. Smith
8. Newsgathering as Protected Activity, David A. Schultz
9. Freedom of Assembly, Eric Barendt
10. Freedom of Expression and the Problem of Harassment, Bob Hepple QC
11. `R. v. Chief Constable of Sussex, ex parte International Trader's Ferry Ltd', Rt Hon Lord Cooke of Thorndon
12. Freedom of Expression in the EU Legal Order and in EU Relations with Third Countries, Derrick Wyatt
13. Part Two Freedom of Information The Relationship between Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Information, Sir Anthony Mason AC KBE
14. Information as a Human Right, Stephen Sedley
15. Freedom of Information or Freedom From Informatio, Stephanie Palmer
16. Confidentiality, Richard Scott
17. The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998, Yvonne Cripps
18. Linkage Between Access to Information and Judicial Review, Clive Lewis
19. Information and Privacy, David Feldman
20. Information, Privacy, and Technology: Citizens, Clients, or Consumers?, Fred Aman
21. Freedom of Information and International Law, K. J. Keith
22. Freedom of Information in Commercial Disputes, Malcolm Clarke
23. Freedom of Information: The Implications for Business, Richard Thomas/Clifford Chance

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Freedom of speech -- Great Britain -- Congresses.
Freedom of information -- Great Britain -- Congresses.