This is the casebook for an advanced undergraduate course at the University of San Francisco. Taught by Michael Edward Lenert, JD, PhD, it involves close reading of original legal texts and decisions concerning defamation, privacy, intellectual property and other selected topics. The primary objectives of this course are (1) to outline the fundamental legal decisions that constitute the framework of media law, (2) to develop the skills to apply this framework to contemporary controversies in media law and ethics (3) to give you practical guidance how to stay out of legal trouble in your career in the media.
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