The library offers access to a wide variety of e-books and databases with legal information. Our e-book collection includes various practice guides, legal treatises, and self-help materials that can be borrowed and read in your Web browser or on an e-reader like a Kindle or an iPad. Our legal databases provide access to downloadable legal forms, case law, law review articles, and other legal information. Use the links on this page to access our e-books and legal databases.
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- By Mark Pearson. Published by Allen & Unwin. 2012.
While not an exhaustive guide, Pearson provides the reader with a basic understanding of "blogging and social media law". A introduction to common legal principles that apply to online publishing and how to avoid some of the obstacles that exist for free speech from a global perspective.