|Coverage||2001 – Present|
|Format||Internet and Printed Volumes|
|Data Provider||11KBW and Justis Publishing|
|Additional Info||Exact replica PDFs available|
Information Law Reports
The most targeted series of law reports on one of the fastest growing areas of specialist law
The rapidly growing area of information law concerns the right to know, the right to keep private and the ever-shifting boundary between the two.
Including data protection, freedom of information, other statutory rights of access to information, and the regulation of surveillance, this fascinating and fast-moving legal area is relevant to a wide range of legal practitioners in both the public and private sectors, including those working in employment law, administrative and local government law or business law.
But how can practitioners get hold of reports of pertinent cases?
On the long-established and popular Justis platform, which also plays host to numerous primary and specialist series from Britain, Ireland and beyond, material is available exclusively in the form of the Information Law Reports, which:
Edited by: Timothy Pitt-Payne QC, Anya Proops, and Robin Hopkins, three of the leading practitioners in the field of information law and members of 11KBW’s Information Law Practice Group.