Media And Arts Law Review

The Media & Arts Law Review is the only Australian-based journal to focus on a broad range of legal issues affecting cultural life. The Review aims to engage both the academic and practitioner branches of the profession. It has a wide scope, including: communications, copyright, cultural heritage, defamation, digitisation, entertainment, free speech, intellectual property, journalism, privacy and public interest issues. The Media & Arts Law Review publishes independently refereed articles from Australia and overseas, as well as conference reports and book reviews. It also includes a series of regular update reports on media and arts law developments. These offer a snapshot of matters such as case law, legislation, law reform, convention developments, and changes in industry self-regulation. Update reports include coverage of the US, Canada, the UK, the European Union, New Zealand, Australia and some Asian jurisdictions.

The Media & Arts Law Review is available in hardcopy and online.

General Information
AuthorEditors - Melissa de Zwart and Jason Bosland
Subject AreaMedia & Communications
UpdatesApprox 4 updates per year; charged annually
Charging MethodAnnual
UpdatesCharged annually
Charging MethodAnnual
The Media & Arts Law Review regularly features:
  • Articles
  • Book Reviews
  • Case Notes
  • Comments
  • Conference Proceedings
  • Updates on Media and Arts Law Developments
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