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  • The Reframing Libel Symposium

    On November 4th 2010 from 10am-4.30pm, leading lawyers and journalists gathered at City University London to debate the future of libel reform, as Lord Lester's bill progresses through Parliament.
  • Speakers / panellists

    Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC; Magnus Boyd; Tracey Brown; Dominic Crossley; Claire de Than; Robert Dougans; David Allen Green; Professor Roy Greenslade; Dr Evan Harris; Mark Lewis; Razi Mireskandari; Professor Alastair Mullis; Padraig Reidy; Dr Andrew Scott; Andrew Stephenson; Gavin Sutter; Hugh Tomlinson QC; Dr Peter Wilmshurst

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Reframing Libel: A Practitioner’s Perspective

By Hugh Tomlinson QC, Matrix Chambers

Reframing the costs of libel

By Razi Mireskandari, partner, Simons Muirhead & Burton

What needs to happen from the media’s perspective

By Professor Roy Greenslade, City University London

Reforming libel law: evolution, not revolution

By Gavin Sutter, lecturer in media law, Queen Mary University

Science and libel

By Andrew Stephenson, senior partner, Carter Ruck

Reframing Libel: The online perspective

By Robert Dougans, associate, Bryan Cave

Reframing libel: Taking (all) rights seriously and where it leads

By Professor Alastair Mullis, University of East Anglia and Dr Andrew Scott, London School of Economics

Libel: Time for a bigger frame?

By Claire de Than, senior lecturer, City University London

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