Gajda, a former journalist, turns what may have been a dry exegesis on two centuries of authorized precedent right into a energetic collection of tales concerning the conflicts behind the case regulation. All of the acquainted authorized titans of press and privateness — Louis Brandeis, Samuel Warren, Oliver Wendell Holmes – are there, however Gajda’s analysis reveals that they weren’t all the time on the facet they’re most well-known for defending. It’s possible you’ll come for deep ideas concerning the regulation of privateness and press, however you will stick round for beneficiant helpings of intercourse and hypocrisy (which, it seems, is just about the core of privateness and, typically, journalism).
This interview is only a style of what Gajda’s ebook gives, however attorneys who’re used to a abstract of argument in the beginning of all the things they learn ought to take heed to this episode first so that they know up entrance the place all of the ebook’s tales are taking them.
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