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    Halsbury’s Laws published this month: Volume 57: Immigration and Asylum; Information Technology Law & Volume 88A: Rights and Freedoms

    Volume 57 (2018) contains the titles immigration and asylum and information technology law.

    The immigration and asylum title covers: 1. Central Administration; 2. Immigration; 3. Asylum, Humanitarian Protection etc; 4. Appeals. In addition to all relevant primary and secondary legislation and important case law, it also covers the Immigration Rules, and the recent changes to immigration bail.
    Contributor: jo renshaw, a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales; Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria.

    The information technology law title covers: 1. The Regulatory Framework; 2. Protection of Intellectual Property; 3. Electronic Commerce; 4. Informational Privacy and Data Protection; 5. Cybercrime and Civil Offences.
    Consultant: andrew charlesworth, Reader in Information Technology Law, University of Bristol Law School.

    Volume 88A (2018) contains the title rights and freedoms.
    The rights and freedoms title covers: 1. Origins of Rights and Freedoms; 2. Sources of Rights and Freedoms; 3. How Rights and Freedoms Operate; 4. Rights and Freedoms under the European Convention on Human Rights; 5. Rights and Freedoms under the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.
    Consultant Editors: jonathan cooper, obe, of Gray’s Inn; Doughty Street Chambers
    martha spurrier, of Middle Temple, Barrister; Director, Liberty.

    All of these titles have been revised and updated in light of all recent developments in the relevant law. The law is stated as at 1 December 2017, although subsequent changes have been included wherever possible.

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