The Media & Arts Law Review examines all areas of media and arts law, including communications, contempt, copyright, cultural heritage, defamation, digitisation, entertainment, free speech, intellectual property, the internet, journalism, privacy and the public interest.
The Media & Arts Law Review has a distinguished Editorial Board and publishes independently refereed articles from Australian and international authors. It also includes regular updates on media and arts law globally curated by a team of International Contributing Editors.
The Media & Arts Law Review was founded in 1996 and is issued quarterly. It is published by LexisNexis.