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Rick Snell

Rick Snell is Senior Lecturer in Public Law and Media Law at the University of Tasmania Law School. His main focus is administrative law with particular expertise in the area of freedom in information. Rick Snell is National Editor of the Freedom of Information Review.

Author's website: University of Tasmnia - Faculty of Law


 
Would a Bill of Rights improve the quality of Australian journalism?
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