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Mike Dodd, Editor

Media Lawyer is edited by lawyer and journalist Mike Dodd, The Press Association's in-house media law specialist.

"Media Lawyer is an invaluable day-to-day resource for media law practitioners at every level. It is the first to alert us to the latest cases and developments. Mike Dodd combines this with excellent analyses and insights on some of the more complex and shifting subjects."

Adrienne Page QC, Joint Head of Chambers, 5 Raymond Buildings

"Media Lawyer is an indispensable service for journalists and practitioners alike. It is the only way to keep up with the constant stream of cases, legislation and regulatory decision affecting the print and broadcast media. The range and accuracy of the coverage is astonishing and a practical illustration of the application of the highest standards of responsible journalism."

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Ken Clarke warns against scrapping Human Rights Act

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