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Blackstone's Guide to the Freedom of Information Act 2000 5/e (Blackstone's Guides) Paperback – 5 Feb 2014
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Review from previous edition The Freedom of Information Act 2000 creates a new legal landscape, and this book provides an excellent guide to the new terrain. At 311 pages long, it can be properly described as a handbook. However, while it is small and light enough to be easily portable, it is sufficiently detailed to serve as a full introduction for a lawyer new to the field. (New Law Journal)
Once again the Blackstone's Guide series...has come up trumps in fulfilling its remit to publish topical and contemporary commentary by experts on recent (or recently amended) legislation. This time it's the Freedom of Information Act 2000 which comes under the microscope of informed, concise scrutiny within this latest Blackstone's Guide. (Philip Taylor MBE & Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers)
About the Author
John Wadham is a Solicitor and Executive Director of Interights (The International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights). He was previously General Counsel for the Equality and Human Rights Commission, Deputy Chair of the Independent Police Complaints Commission, and Director of Liberty (the National Council for Civil Liberties). Kelly Harris is a solicitor specialising in public law, including freedom of information and human rights. Eric Metcalfe is a barrister at Monckton Chambers specialising in human rights, freedom of information, public law and EU law.