C. J. Miller ‘s Contempt of Court (Review)

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Title: Contempt of Court
Author: C. J. Miller
Item Weight 3.49 pounds
Hardcover 880 pages
ISBN-10 0198256973
ISBN-13 978-0198256977
Product Dimensions 6.6 x 1.9 x 9.5 inches
Publisher Oxford University Press; 3rd Edition (September 21, 2000)
Language: English
Best Sellers Rank #16,653,973 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
#7,509 in Constitutional Law (Books)
Price: NGN 8,500
#14,172 in Human Rights Law (Books)
#16,534 in General Constitutional Law
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This new and considerably expanded version of Prof. Miller’s classic work on the law of contempt was written against the background of the Human Rights Act 1998 and the ever-increasing importance of the European Convention of Human Rights. The compatibility of existing law with ‘Convention rights’ is discussed in detail in the light of the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights. Full discussion of the many changes in English law is accompanied by references to developments in such jurisdictions as Australia, New Zealand, Canada and, to a lesser extent, the United States of America.
Review
`The new edition continues the work’s clear writing and thorough coverage. Its consideration of Australian, New Zealand and Canadian law has increased, even though it was a notable feature of earlier editions. The work should be a valuable book for any specialist contempt lawyers in these
jurisdictions. … a major work of traditional legal scholarship in the general field of media law.’
Media and Arts Law Review, Sept. 2001
`Practitioners and researchers alike will find it useful in the new milieu … the book remains one of the most authoritative treatises on the subject.’
Commonwealth Lawyer, April 2001
`Scholarly and thoughtful text, skilfully drawing on diverse sources both from other common law jurisdictions and from other areas of law … important and indispensable work of the highest merit and which no media lawyer can afford to be without.’
N. V. Lowe, Tolley’s Communications Law
`Comprehensive and valuable book’
Tom Welsh, Media Lawyer Sept/Oct 2000
About the Author
C. J. Miller is at University of Birmingham.
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