Borrie and Lowe: The Law of Contempt

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Commentary

The leading authority in its field, Borrie and Lowe is a comprehensive statement of the law relating to criminal and civil contempt of court. Regularly cited in the Courts, this substantial and authoritative title is also highly regarded by members of the press.

Now in its fourth edition, the work has been thoroughly revised and updated to include new chapters incorporating the Human Rights Act 1998, the Children Young Persons Act 1933 and the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999.

Preface written by Lord Justice Sedley, Royal Court of Justice.

Table of Contents

Part I — Overview

Part II — Strict Liability

Part III — Personal Injury Damages

Part IV — Interference With The Administration Of Justice

Part V — Contempt proceedings

Part VI — Miscellaneous

This source was last updated by the 4th Edition in 2010

Contributors

Amali de Silva , Partner, Wiggin LLP Author
Caroline Kelly Author
Dr Andrew Scott , LSE Author
Howard Johnson , University of Bangor Author
Ian Cram , Leeds University General editor
Jennifer Robinson , Finers Stephens Innocent LLP Author
Nick Taylor , Leeds University Author
Professor Gavin Phillipson , Durham University Author
Professor Helen Fenwick Author
Professor Richard Stone , Lincoln University Author
Professor Susan S. M. Edwards , University of Buckingham Author
Richard Munden , Barrister, 5 Raymond Buildings Author