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The study and practice of law is exciting, challenging and extremely rewarding. This website will provide you with detailed information about the Waikato law programmes, career opportunities for graduates and the excellent facilities and extensive resources offered to students. Learn more about Te Piringa - Faculty of Law...
Law News & Events
Law, Policy, & Justice Postgraduate Conference 2015 26 November 2015
This conference aims to bring together and display innovative thinking focusing on the global challenges for law, policy and justice and offer timely policy and legal analysis of what might be done in response to a wide array of contemporary global issues.
Law student for a day 16 September 2015
Come to the University of Waikato campus for a day and find out what life is like as a Waikato Law student.
Harkness Henry Lecture 2015 8 September 2015
Against a background of 35 years as a Coroner, including 8 years as New Zealand's first Chief Coroner (recently retired), Judge MacLean reflects on Coronial death investigation 15 years after the August 2000 Law Commission report "Coroners".
Te Piringa - Māori Moots Winner 2015 19 August 2015
Impressed by the ‘outstanding presentation, and a logical and well-structured persuasive argument”, Aperahama Hurihanganui (LLB/BA) was announced the overall winner, best mooter and top mooter in Te reo Māori at the finals of Te Piringa Māori Moots, held 13 August 2015 at the Maori Land Court.
Law student awarded top Danish scholarship 12 August 2015
Waikato University's Sam Lusk has been granted a $62,000 Danish government scholarship to complete a Master in Law at Copenhagen University in Denmark.