Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA
 

Volume 1, Number 1, Summer 2006

Journal of International Media & Entertainment Law

VOLUME 1
NUMBER 1
SUMMER 2006

 

Contents

vii Foreword


Articles

1

International and Comparative Law On The Journalist's Privilege: The Randal Case As A Lesson For the American Press
KYU HO YOUM

57 Wired But Mired: Legal System Inconsistencies Puzzle International Internet Publishers
ASHLEY PACKARD


Book Excerpt

97 Speaking Freely: At Home and Abroad
FLOYD ABRAMS


Essay

109 Globalization Comes to Media Law
RICHARD N. WINFIELD


Symposium

117 Entertainment Without Borders: Practicing Entertainment Law in a Global Environment


Development

189 Apple Computer Inc. v. CyberBritain Group Ltd.
JOHN PATRICK KIM

 

SUPERVISING EDITOR

David Kohler
Professor of Law


BOARD OF EDITORS

Michael Epstein
Professor of Law
Michael Scott
Professor of Law

Silvia Faerman
Associate Professor of Law


Nathan Siegel
Levine, Sullivan, Koch
& Schultz

Kevin Goering
Sheppard, Mullin, Richter
& Hampton

Lon Sobel
Professor of Law


Kurt Wimmer
Gannett Co., Inc.



STUDENT EDITORS

Judd Allen
Arik Betesh
Marissa Burnett
Nicole Charney
Christine Chung
Sianna Collado
Daniel Cooper
Jennifer Davis
Paige Gold
Jessica Gonzalez
Zeina Hamzeh
Michelle Holmes
Stephen Horbelt
Kiran Khokha
John Kim
Keya Koul
Britton Light
Jessica Monroe
Kristina Pentek
Sumithra Rao
Justin Righettini
Soyun Roe
Neerja Saxena
Jennifer Scher
Nima Sharifi
Shahrokh Sheik
Benjamin Starr
Jessica Trotter
Kate Walker
Annie Wang

 

Published by the American Bar Association Forum on Communications Law and the Donald E. Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute
of Southwestern Law School

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