Paul Wragg
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Free speech rights at work: resolving the differences between practice and liberal principle
P Wragg
Industrial Law Journal 44 (1), 1-28, 2015
62015
A Freedom to Criticise? Evaluating the Public Interest in Celebrity Gossip after Mosley and Terry
P Wragg
Journal of Media Law 2 (2), 295-320, 2010
62010
Free Speech Rights at Work: Resolving Differences between Practice and Liberal Principle’(2015)
P Wragg
ILJ 44, 1, 0
6
Mill's dead dogma: the value of truth to free speech jurisprudence
P Wragg
Public law, 363-385, 2013
52013
Models of Clinic and Their Value to Students, Universities and the Community in the post-2012 Fees Era
L Bleasdale-Hill, P Wragg
Int'l J. Clinical Legal Educ. 19, 257, 2013
52013
Critiquing the UK Judiciary's Response to Article 10 Post-HRA: Undervaluing the Right to Freedom of Expression?
P Wragg
Durham University, 2009
42009
Models of Clinic and Their Value to Students, Universities and the Community in the post-2012 Fees Era (2013)
L Bleasdale-Hill, P Wragg
International Journal of Clinical Legal Education 19, 257, 0
4
The legitimacy of press regulation
PM Wragg
Public Law, 290-307, 2015
22015
Enhancing Press Freedom: Through Greater Privacy Law: A UK Perspective on an Australian Privacy Tort
P Wragg
Sydney L. Rev. 36, 619, 2014
22014
Leveson's vision for press reform: one year on
P Wragg
Communications law (Haywards Heath) 19 (1), 6-11, 2014
22014
Leveson and disproportionate public interest reporting
P Wragg
Journal of Media Law 5 (2), 241-252, 2013
22013
Time to end the tyranny: Leveson and the failure of the fourth estate
P Wragg
Communications law (Haywards Heath) 18 (1), 11-20, 2013
22013
Caught in the web: capturing the zeitgeist of'Big Tech'companies, social media speech
P Wragg
NILQ 69 (4), 397-401, 2018
12018
The martyrdom of press freedom: what recognition of IMPRESS means and why the press fears it
P Wragg
Communications Law 21 (4), 98, 2016
12016
No employer right to snoop but what of employee rights at work?
PM Wragg
Communications Law 21 (1), 1-2, 2016
12016
Protecting private information of public interest: Campbell’s great promise, unfulfilled
P Wragg
Journal of Media Law 7 (2), 225-250, 2015
12015
‘Free Speech is not Valued if only Valued Speech is Free’: Connolly, Consistency and some Article 10 Concerns
P Wragg
European Public Law 15 (1), 111-132, 2009
12009
Recognising a privacy-invasion tort: the conceptual unity of informational and intrusion claims
P Wragg
The Cambridge Law Journal 78 (2), 409-437, 2019
2019
Was Richard v BBC correctly decided?
T Bennett, P Wragg
Communications Law 23 (3), 151-165, 2018
2018
Open justice and privacy
PM Wragg
Communications Law 22 (3), 90-98, 2017
2017
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