‘Reforming Defamation Law in the Age of the Internet’: Special Issue of the Osgoode Hall Law Journal

OHLJ Special Issue: Reforming Defamation Law in the Age of the Internet (Jamie Cameron)

Introduction to OHLJ Special Issue: Reforming Defamation Law in the Age of the Internet (Sue Gratton)

Where Do We Go from Here? Reflections on the LCO’s Consultation and Conference (Daithí Mac Síthigh)

Restoring Accountability in Freedom of Expression Theory: Public Libel Law and Radical Whig Ideology (Randall Stephenson)

Defamation, Privacy and Aspects of Reputation (Andrew T Kenyon)

‘O! they have lived long on the alms-basket of words’: Enhancing Efficacy and Reducing Cost by Limiting the Role of Law and Lawyers in Defamation Disputes (Andrew Scott)

Internet Intermediary Liability in Defamation (Emily B Laidlaw and Hilary Young)

Re-Imagining Resolution of Online Defamation Disputes (Emily B Laidlaw)

Special Issue: Reforming Defamation Law in the Age of the Internet, Osgoode Hall Law Journal volume 56, issue 1 (Fall 2018)

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