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Krinock Lecture 2016: US Ambassador to New Zealand Mark Gilbert

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Has the criminal justice system been compromised? 23 Aug 2016
One of New Zealand’s longest-serving judges, the Honourable Sir Ron Young, will address serious issues facing New Zealand’s justice system when he gives a public lecture at the University of Waikato next month.

International Legal Scholar, Professor Graham Virgo visits Waikato University 16 Aug 2016
Professor Graham Virgo visited the University of Waikato to give a public lecture titled “Conscience in Equity – a new Utopia”. During the lecture, he argues that equitable jurisdiction is founded on conscience.

Winners of the Kaupapa Māori Moot Competition 2016 15 Aug 2016
Six outstanding Māori law students were finalists in the competition that was held last week in the moot court of Waikato University's new law building. Fourth-year law student, Zac Katene was the overall winner and will represent the university at the national competition in November.

Professor Barry Barton heads to Nigeria 5 Aug 2016
University of Waikato Law Professor Barry Barton was in Nigeria late last month talking to senior government representatives and energy industry players about new and fairer ways for profit distribution.

Law student heads to Vietnam 1 Aug 2016
A University of Waikato law student and talented rugby player has just arrived in Hanoi for a five-day leadership symposium on social change.

From Waikato to Cambodia, and the UN 11 Jul 2016
She started university when she was 16 years old. Now she’s off to Cambodia with a Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia (PMSA).

Waikato law students win Australian competition 11 Jul 2016
A team of law students from the University of Waikato has secured victory over the University of Canterbury, winning the Australian national negotiation competition in Hobart, Tasmania.

Top law man joining Waikato 1 Jul 2016
Recently retired Senior Court of Appeal judge and president of the New Zealand Law Commission, Sir Grant Hammond, has a new job. He’s joining the law Faculty on a part-time basis as a Professor of Judicial Studies.

Law students' accomplishments recognised 29 Jun 2016
Fourteen Prizes were awarded to students who excelled in their studies in 2015 at Te Piringa - Faculty of Law's annual Dean’s Prize-giving Ceremony.

'Western hostages worth up to $1m to criminals in Nigeria' 23 Jun 2016
Waikato Professor of International Law, Al Gillespie speaks to the NZ Herald after a Kiwi was kidnapped at gunpoint in Nigeria last week.

New Chairperson of Te Piringa – Faculty of Law 1 Jun 2016
The Director of Clinical Legal Education, Ms Cheryl Green has been appointed Chairperson of the Faculty.

Waikato University's Law Faculty celebrates 2015 staff research awards 26 May 2016
Two outstanding law researchers, Ms Juliet Chevalier-Watts and Dr Alberto Alvarez-Jimenez were recognised and celebrated at a staff event at the new law building.

Winners of the Russell McVeagh Client Interviewing Competition 2016 1 May 2016
Competition winners Emma Speakman and Talia Powell now have the opportunity to represent Waikato University at the national client interviewing competition.

Leading the charge. EVs on campus 14 Apr 2016
A fleet of electric vehicles was parked-up on campus last week, providing an opportunity for staff and students to view and then learn about the different vehicles’ capabilities.

Law building officially opened by PM 7 Apr 2016
Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key officially opened the University of Waikato’s new Law building on 7 April.

Law Student wins doctoral scholarship 1 Apr 2016
Ms Adrienne Paul is the recipient of the Waikato University Doctoral Scholarship worth $66,000 over three years. She's now undertaking her PhD in Māori legal issues related to the MV Rena disaster.

Electric Vehicle Policy: New Zealand in a Comparative Context 1 Mar 2016
Professor Barry Barton has teamed up with Dr Peter Schütte from Bremen University to write this new research report. The report analyses the laws and policy measures that can be put in place to encourage the uptake of electric vehicles in the light vehicle fleet.

Tauranga solicitor shows it's never too late 23 Feb 2016
For 15 years John Delaney woke up every morning and asked himself, "am I following my passion?"

UN Ambassador to New Zealand Mark Gilbert speaks at annual Krinock Lecture 1 Feb 2016
Mark Gilbert, United States Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa was a guest speaker at the 2016 Krinock lecture held at the University of Waikato on 2 February.

Future-proofed complex replaces four buildings 26 Jan 2016
New and returning law and management students at the University of Waikato will arrive to a new, state-of-the-art facility in February.

Waikato hosts US law students 1 Jan 2016
Eight American law students are studying at the University of Waikato from 5 January to 19 February 2016 as part of a foreign study programme.

A fond farewell to Sue Tappenden 18 Dec 2015
Long-serving senior lecturer Sue Tappenden is retiring from Te Piringa – Faculty of Law after 15 years of service. Her final day as a full-time senior lecturer is Friday, 18 December.

Waikato professor and alumnus win prestigious law awards 1 Dec 2015
A Te Piringa – Faculty of Law professor and alumnus were presented with prestigious awards at the New Zealand Law Foundation 2015 Annual Awards in Wellington this month.

Waikato's first international postgraduate law conference 26 Nov 2015
The Law, Policy and Justice Organising Committee, consisting of Professor Neil Boister and PhD students Rogena Sterling, Marium Jabyn, Adrienne Paul and Giulia Dondoli, undertook a bold move by changing the annual post-graduate conference to an international event.

Environmental law academics go international 1 Oct 2015
Waikato University senior law academics presented papers at the 13th Annual Congress of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources Academy of Environmental Law (IUCNAEL) held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Off to court 28 Sep 2015
Two University of Waikato law students have won judge’s clerk positions at the Auckland High Court. One’s a young thespian, the other a former second language teacher, education administrator and mother of one.

LLB graduate has two careers in mind, but the main focus is on his Olympic dream 17 Sep 2015
Joshua Nyika: I have two passions in life – law and boxing. Law interests me because it reflects the will of society (unlike the laws of physics, and biology). Law is designed by people to serve people. I also think a law degree is very versatile.

Waikato student wins National Māori Mooting Competition, again 11 Sep 2015
A University of Waikato law student has won the national Māori Moot competition for the second year running.

Law student triumphs in Dunedin 9 Sep 2015
Stephen Taylor has made history by becoming the first Waikato University student to win the Minter Ellison Rudd Watts Witness Examination Competition at the annual New Zealand Law Students Association (NZLSA) conference in Dunedin.

Te Piringa - Māori Moots Winner 2015 19 Aug 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 Aug 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.

Sadeq Bigdeli: What next for Iran? 11 Aug 2015
Waikato University international law specialist Dr Sadeq Bigdeli says he's pleased the economic sanctions that Iran's endured for 12 years are going to be lifted, but is quick to point out that "this isn't the end of the story".

Law competitions July update 30 Jul 2015
It's been a busy year so far for our competitions students and Te Piringa's Cheryl Green, Director of Clinical Legal Education and Competitions.

Research explores geothermal law framework 15 Jul 2015
A lack of clarity surrounding geothermal resource management has prompted new research by a University of Waikato masters student.

Law student wins first prize in Red Cross Essay Competition 14 Jul 2015
University of Waikato student Shaymaa Arif won first prize in a national essay competition run by the New Zealand Red Cross/ International Committee of the Red Cross. The subject was dedicated to measures available to prevent disappearances during armed conflict and to provide families with information about the fate of missing persons.

Cyber theft cases will soon be in Kiwi courts: specialist 8 Jul 2015
Home from a "whirlwind" trip to New York to attend the United Nations' Commission on the Status of Women (CSW59), Kimberley Kilgour says she's heartened by the strides being made towards gender equality, but there's still a long way to go.

Cyber law specialist new law dean 1 Jul 2015
The University of Waikato has a new dean of law. He's Associate Professor Wayne Rumbles, a cyber-law specialist who has had a long association with the university and Law Faculty, studying and working on campus before becoming a law lecturer in criminal law and information technology (IT) papers.

Home from the UN and plenty to think about 12 May 2015
Home from a "whirlwind" trip to New York to attend the United Nations' Commission on the Status of Women (CSW59), Kimberley Kilgour says she's heartened by the strides being made towards gender equality, but there's still a long way to go.

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation awards Prof Neil Boister 5 Apr 2015
Professor Neil Boister receiving the certificate for the award of the Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Prize from the President of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Professor Dr Helmut Schwarz, at the annual Alexander von Humboldt Research Awards Winners Symposium held in Bamberg, Germany, on 28 March 2015.

Margaret Wilson: Fault lines in our human rights reputation 2 Apr 2015
For a nation that prides itself on its human rights record, New Zealand is coming up short. A report released today says serious fault lines are developing and that the country's reputation as a global human rights leader is at risk.

Family lawyers drive new films 1 Apr 2015
Recent changes to the Family Court have prompted two family lawyers to make a film that will assist families going to court.

Alexander Gillespie: If NZ is entering Isis conflict, let's accept more refugees 10 Mar 2015
One of the lesser-noted points in Prime Minister John Key's speech last year on the New Zealand response to the crisis caused by Isis was that "we will be looking at further assistance to meet the needs of Syrian and Iraqi refugees fleeing their country".

Alexander Gillespie: Sending troops to Iraq not illegal but it is highly dangerous 24 Feb 2015
John Key has just answered the call to war, and has confirmed what has long been suspected, that we are about to commit soldiers to help Iraq.

Geothermal minerals laws clarified 18 Feb 2015
A new report by a leading natural resources legal expert aims to clear up issues around the ownership of minerals found in geothermal fluids.

Hawke's Bay students encouraged to sharpen their minds with mooting 17 Feb 2015
Registrations of interest for the annual University of Waikato Te Piringa – Faculty of Law Secondary Schools’ Mooting competition close on 7 March.

New book on transnational law 21 Nov 2014
Transnational criminal Law expert Professor Neil Boister from Te Piringa Faculty of Law has teamed up with Professor Robert Currie of the University of Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law to edit a collection of essays entitled the Routledge Handbook of Transnational Criminal law (Routledge: Abingdon, 2014).

Law's senior lecturer writing and presenting 15 Sep 2014
New Te Piringa - Faculty of Law Senior Lecturer Dr Alberto Alvarez-Jimenez has recently been published in the Journal of International Economic Law. It’s a prestigious peer-reviewed publication, and his article is entitled “The Great Recession and the New Frontiers of International Investment Law: The Economics of Early Warning Models and the Law of Necessity”.

Intern position with Environmental Defence Society 5 Sep 2014
The Environmental Defence Society (EDS) is looking for an intern to work full or part-time during the upcoming university summer holiday.

LLM Scholarship available - Cycling and the Law 22 Jul 2014
A Master of Laws (LLM) scholarship is available for an able student to carry out research on the legal dimensions of energy efficiency in transport, focussing on cycling.

From Raglan to the world 1 May 2014
A new book by international experts on developments in the area of underground energy law had its genesis in Raglan.

Award for research into transnational crime 27 Feb 2014
A chance meeting on Robben Island, outside the prison where Nelson Mandela was held for 27 years, has led to a profitable and rewarding collaboration for Waikato law professor Neil Boister.

CCS law in New Zealand 12 Dec 2013
My team at New Zealand's University of Waikato's Centre for Environmental, Resources and Energy Law recently produced a report, Carbon Capture and Storage: Designing the Legal and Regulatory Regime for New Zealand. The study, authored by Kimberley Jordan, Greg Severinsen and I, was carried out under contract to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. It included comparative analysis from Australia (Bob Pritchard), Canada (Nigel Bankes) and Norway (Hans Christian Bugge), and we were helped by an advisory committee that represented the NZCCS Partnership among others. The report builds on scientific work done in New Zealand to identify possible sources of carbon dioxide (CO2) and suitable geological formations for injection and storage.

Nationwide Māori Governance Survey launched 18 Oct 2013
Te Mata Hautū Taketake - the Māori and Indigenous Governance Centre will conduct a nationwide research study aimed at better assessing the governance capacities and training needs of Māori entities across Aotearoa – New Zealand. This research study will be led by Dr Robert Joseph with Dr Torivio Fodder as associate investigator and Renee Rewi as Centre Manager.

Geneva internship for Waikato law student 14 Oct 2013
Having completed a BA/LLB conjoint degree at the University of Waikato and nearing the end of an LLM, Gregory Thomas applied for a three month human rights internship position at Te Atawhai Nation in Geneva, Switzerland. His application was successful and he is due to begin in November this year.

Russell Nye-Wood wins Alumni Association Prize for Excellence 29 Jul 2013
Congratulations to Russell Nye-Wood, winner of the Alumni Association Prize for Excellence. This award is given to the top first year student for each faculty and Russell was ours for 2012.

New initiative between Disputes Tribunal and Te Piringa 19 Oct 2012
A new initiative involving the Disputes Tribunal and Te Piringa - Faculty of Law, was announced earlier this month when Anne Darroch, Principal Disputes Referee and Charles Gower from the Ministry of Justice Disputes Tribunal visited the University. They spoke to law staff and students before Anne Darroch and Dean Professor Brad Morse signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

Judge Sir David Carruthers delivers Harkness Henry Lecture 25 Sep 2012
Approximately 170 people from varied backgrounds attended the annual Harkness Henry Lecture to hear Judge Sir David Carruthers give a talk on restorative justice in New Zealand.

Winning Māori mooter 20 Sep 2012
Waikato law student, Haimona Te Nahu has won this year's National Kaupapa Māori Moot Competition.

Tauranga wins Secondary Schools' Mooting Competition 28 Jun 2012
On Wednesday 27 June Te Piringa – Faculty of Law held the Finals of the Secondary Schools’ Mooting Competition which was held at the High Court in Hamilton.

Faculty welcomes NZLF Visiting Fellow Andrew Ashworth 1 Feb 2012
Te Piringa - Faculty of Law is delighted and honoured to welcome Professor Andrew Ashworth, from the University of Oxford, as the 2012 New Zealand Law Foundation Distinguished Visiting Fellow.

Outstanding performances at NZLSA Conference 4 Sep 2011
During the mid-semester break, around 100 of New Zealand’s best and brightest law students will be descending upon The University of Waikato for a challenging week of competitions and networking.

NZLSA Conference Week in on its way to Waikato 16 Aug 2011
During the mid-semester break, around 100 of New Zealand’s best and brightest law students will be descending upon The University of Waikato for a challenging week of competitions and networking.

Te Hunga Roia Hui a Tau 2011 27 Jul 2011
Te Piringa Faculty of Law hosted and sponsored the Te Hunga Roia Hui a Tau 2011 (Māori Law Society Annual Conference) from 30 June to 2 July as part of our 20th Year anniversary. As opening plenary speaker Linda Te Aho spoke about the founding principles of the Faculty and the establishment of the two new research centres: The Māori and Indigenous Governance Centre and the Centre for Environmental, Resources and Energy Law.

Waikato students negotiate successfully on world stage 12 Jul 2011
Waikato law students Ben Gilbert and Andrew Cameron attended the International Negotiation Competition in Copenhagen and returned home winners. The pair represented New Zealand in the international event after winning the national negotiation championships in Dunedin last year.

Career change keeps law in family 11 Jun 2011
They say the family who plays together stays together, and Tauranga's Nabney-Weaver family can attest that the same is true for the family who works together.

Law student wins first prize 10 Jun 2011
Te Piringa - Faculty of Law is pleased to congratulate one of its own, Rohan Wanigasekera, for his outstanding achievement as winner of the Environmental Defence Society (EDS) University Essay Competition for 2011.

Waikato Law Review Restructuring 6 May 2011
The Law Review is an annual publication put out by the University of Waikato Faculty of Law and features a range of articles from legal academics, practitioners and emerging academic authors and reflects Te Piringa's founding goals of examining the law in context, professionalism and promotion of biculturalism.

Faculty welcomes NZLF Visiting Scholar Ben Boer 21 Mar 2011
Te Piringa - Faculty of Law is delighted and honoured to welcome Emeritus Professor in Environmental Law Ben Boer from the University of Sydney. Professor Boer is the 2011 New Zealand Law Foundation's Distinguished Visiting Fellow.

Past Events

NZ Law Foundation Public Lecture by Professor Graham Virgo: Conscience in Equity: a new Utopia 16 Aug 2016

Staff and Student Seminar - NZ Law Foundation Distinguished Visiting Fellow Professor Graham Virgo: Judicial discretion in private law 15 Aug 2016

Staff and Student Seminar by Assistant Prof Simon Nicholson - Clinton v Trump: What Does the US Presidential Election Mean for the Global Environment? 10 Aug 2016

Behind the Beltway with Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell 5 Aug 2016

How did we get the Resource Management Act? The Process of RMA Policy Making 27 Jul 2016

Leading The Charge: Electric Vehicles for a Better New Zealand 11 Apr 2016

Public lecture by Ontario's Minister and Deputy Ministers of Aboriginal Affairs 6 Apr 2016

Student Seminar by Ontario's Minister and Deputy Ministers of Aboriginal Affairs 6 Apr 2016

The TPPA and New Zealand Environmental Law - CEREL Student Event 23 Mar 2016

2016 Krinock Lecture: US Ambassador to New Zealand Mark Gilbert 2 Feb 2016

Law, Policy, & Justice Postgraduate Conference 2015 26 Nov 2015

CEREL Student Event: Climate Change and Law in the Run-up To the Paris Meeting 14 Oct 2015

Become a law student for a day 7 Oct 2015

Law Information Days - Tauranga 5 Oct 2015

Public Lecture by Sir David Baragwanath: The Role of the Hague Institutions in Promoting International Justice: a View from the Special Tribunal for Lebanon 23 Sep 2015

CEREL Twilight Seminar: "Biodiversity in Development" 21 Sep 2015

Harkness Henry Lecture 2015 8 Sep 2015

Law Information Day - Tauranga 20 Aug 2015

Public Lecture by Sadeq Bigdeli: Iran's Nuclear Deal: A Game-Changer in International Law and Diplomacy? 5 Aug 2015

Secondary Schools’ Mooting Competition 19 Jun 2015

ISIS and US: NZ and the wars for the Middle East (Hamilton) 14 May 2015

ISIS and US: NZ and the wars for the Middle East (Tauranga) 7 May 2015

NZ Law Foundation Staff and Student Workshop: Fair Use for Free, or Permitted-but-Paid? 11 Nov 2014

NZ Law Foundation Public Lecture: From Hypatia to Victor Hugo to Larry & Sergey: “All the world’s knowledge” and Universal Authors’ Rights 10 Nov 2014

The Current Offshore Environmental Developments in New Zealand 3 Nov 2014

CEREL Student Event - Geothermal Resource Management 1 Oct 2014

Fracking Talk: Comparative Governance of Hydraulic Fracturing in the Oil and Gas Industry - Professor Charles Marvin 16 Sep 2014

Harkness Henry Lecture 2014 10 Sep 2014

Mayor Julie Hardaker: Alumni Career Experience 31 Jul 2014

UNDRIP Symposium 24 Jul 2014

CEREL Student Event - The Offshore Environment: Recent Developments 23 Jul 2014

Public Lecture by Cape York Institute for Policy & Leadership: Progress towards constitutional recognition of Indigenous peoples in Australia 12 Jun 2014

Public Lecture by Dr David MacDonald: "Where are Canada's History Wars?" 26 May 2014

Public lecture by Myra Tait, University of Manitoba 7 May 2014

Public lecture by Assoc Prof Kiera Ladner, University of Manitoba 6 May 2014

Public Lecture by Shaun Fluker 10 Apr 2014

CEREL Student Event - Defending the Environment 2 Apr 2014

Public lecture by Chris Turner "From Territorial Ambiguity to Jurisdictional Clarity: Overlapping Territorial Claims and the BC Treaty Process, Canada" 4 Mar 2014

Launch of Carbon Capture & Storage report 5 Dec 2013

Book launch: Te Mātāpunenga 7 Nov 2013

Harkness Henry Lecture by The Honourable Justice Joseph Williams 7 Nov 2013

Public Lecture by Dr David MacDonald: "The Question of Genocide in Canada’s Indian Residential Schools: Prospects for Truth and Reconciliation" 7 Oct 2013

Public Lecture by Prof Al Gillespie: Syria in the Firing Line 11 Sep 2013

Seminar by Dr Tory Fodder: "A New Zealand Export: Reconciliatory Justice and Federal Indian Law" 4 Sep 2013

Public lectures by Dr Ken Coates 22 Aug 2013

Seminar by Dr Damien Rogers: "The Dotcom Debacle and the Urgent Need for Intelligence Reform" 9 Aug 2013

Presentation by John Bercow, Speaker of the House of Commons, UK 8 Aug 2013

CEREL Student Event: Carbon Capture and Storage: Challenging Environmental, Energy and Climate Change Questions 7 Aug 2013

Inaugural Professorial Lecture: Prof Neil Boister - What's going on with Kim Dotcom? 23 Jul 2013

2013 IUCN Academy of Environmental Law Annual Colloquium 24 Jun 2013

Public Lecture by Asst. Prof Brenda Gunn: Implementing the UN Declaration: Updates from Canada 9 May 2013

Public Lecture by Prof Michael Dworkin: Our Energy Trilemma: Cost, Reliability, Environmental Impacts and Three Major Decisions We Had to Make 8 Apr 2013

Public Lecture by Prof Ursula Kilkelly: Advancing the Constitutional Rights of Children: The Irish Story 3 Apr 2013

Public Lecture by Judge Kirk S Samelson: Water Law in the US: Use, Pollution and Government Regulation 26 Mar 2013

Public Lecture by Lord Phillips of Worth: The Impact of the Human Rights Act on Domestic Courts 18 Mar 2013

Public Lecture by Prof Norman Zlotkin: Land Claims at the community level: The Canadian Experience 12 Mar 2013

Public Lecture by Prof Norman Zlotkin: Customary Indigenous Adoption in Canada: Emerging Issues 27 Feb 2013

The Krinock Lecture by Justice Hammond: Law Making in NZ and the USA 31 Jan 2013

Mayor Julie Hardaker to speak on The Challenges of being a lawyer and City Mayor 23 Jan 2013

Book launch: Prof Al Gillespie 29 Nov 2012

Public Lecture: Attorney General Chris Finlayson on the Treaty of Waitangi 21 Nov 2012

Launch of Māori and Indigenous Governance Centre 7 Nov 2012

Public Lecture by Prof Sally Wheeler: Independent Directors and Corporate Governance 18 Oct 2012

One day round-table discussion: Corporations, Human Rights and the Environment 17 Oct 2012

Harkness Henry Lecture by Judge Sir David J Carruthers 25 Sep 2012

Lecture by Dr Malia Vellegas: Considering how tribal governance matters in research 21 Sep 2012

Public Lecture by Prof Paul Hunt: Working within the UN Human Rights System: Reflections & Discussion 22 Aug 2012

Public Lecture by Prof Stephen Cornell: Indigenous Development - Governance & Nation Building 1 Aug 2012

Public Lecture by Mai Chen: How the Public Law Toolbox helps problem-solving with Government by business, Maori and citizens 31 Jul 2012

Presentation by Marianne Elliott: Zen Under Fire: lessons on law & life from Afghanistan 15 May 2012

Open Day 11 May 2012

Public Lecture by Rt Hon Sir Geoffrey Palmer: International Dispute Settlement - Report from Experience 4 Apr 2012

Lecture by Prof Dominic Roux: Constitutional Freedom of Association and the Supreme Court of Canada 3 Apr 2012

Public Lecture by Prof Lorraine Code 22 Mar 2012

Symposium: Ecological Epistemologies: Moving Beyond the Monocultural Imaginary 21 Mar 2012

Public Lecture by Pr Andrew Ashworth: Guilty of Doing Nothing? Omission, Duties and Crimes 20 Mar 2012

Lecture by Prof Sabine Schlacke: World in Transition: A Social Contract for Sustainability 23 Feb 2012

Public Lecture by Prof Paul Hunt: Health & Human Rights: Opportunities & Challenges 20 Feb 2012

Public Lecture by Associate Professor Joseph Pugliese: Biopolitical Caesura of Citizenship and Hierarchies of Life 1 Dec 2011

Public Lecture by Dr Stefan Sjöström: Why community compulsion became the solution – reforming mental health law in Sweden 22 Nov 2011

Inaugural Professorial Lecture by Professor Bradford Morse 18 Oct 2011

Harkness Henry Lecture 12 Sep 2011

Public Lecture by Judge Arthur Tompkins: Stealing Beauty: Art Crime during War 29 Jul 2011

Public Lecture: Biodiversity, Climate Change & Protected Areas: The need for an integrated approach 10 May 2011

Public Lecture by Justice Hammond: Inquiries: The Fourth Strand in New Zealand Justice 4 May 2011

Justice in the Round 18 Apr 2011

Public Lecture: Maori political leadership in contemporary contexts 14 Apr 2011

Staff Seminar: The Japanese Whaling Case in the ICJ; problems and prospects 1 Apr 2011

Public Lecture: Indigenous International Law in the Arctic 24 Mar 2011

Public Lecture: The architecture of elections in New Zealand - a Governor-General's perspective 22 Mar 2011

Under the Eye of the Law: Mobile Peoples in the Pacific 3 Dec 2010

Public Lecture: Racial Discrimination: What Racial Discrimination? 1 Dec 2010

Book Launch: No Ordinary Deal: Unmasking the Trans-Pacific Partnership Free Trade Agreement 9 Nov 2010

Public Lecture: Drilling for Oil and Gas in Aotearoa 13 Oct 2010

Public Lecture: Constitutional Realism about the Treaty of Waitangi 1 Oct 2010

Public Lecture: The Horizon beyond Hamilton: Practice in International Commercial Law 22 Sep 2010

Public Lecture: Trevor Garrett 14 Sep 2010

Harkness Henry Lecture 9 Sep 2010

Public Lecture: The Role of Lawyers and Solicitors 8 Sep 2010

Public Lecture: Indigenous Development: Governance & Nation Building 31 Aug 2010

Public Lecture: Investigating miscarriages of justice and quashing wrongful convictions 25 Aug 2010

Public Seminar: UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples 21 Jul 2010

Public Seminar: Foreshore and Seabed 19 Jul 2010

Public Seminar: Someone to Watch (Over) You 15 Jul 2010

Public Seminar: Charities for the Advancement of Indigenous Peoples: Australia and New Zealand compared 24 Jun 2010

Presentations by Justice David Baragwanath 14 May 2010

Public Seminar: Lawyers and Unpopular Clients 7 May 2010

"Respect, respond, resolve": The vision of social justice through the services of Auckland disability law 5 May 2010

Public Seminar: The 'Just Do It' Approach 26 Apr 2010

Public Seminar: The South Pacific Fisheries Regime: Challenges, Problems and Prospects 20 Apr 2010

Public Seminar: Climate Change 23 Mar 2010

Public Lecture: International Service Providers & international safe harbour provisions 17 Mar 2010