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Volume 21, 2013
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Volume 18, 2010
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Volume 15, 2007
Volume 14, 2006
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New Zealand Law Style Guide
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Editorial Advisory Board
Chief Justice, The Honourable Dame Sian Elias (honorary member), Chief Justice of New Zealand.
Professor John Borrows, JD, PhD, FRSC, Robina Professor of Law, Policy and Society, University of Minnesota Law School.
Professor Penelope Pether, Professor of Law, School of Law, Villanova University.
Associate Professor T Brettel Dawson, Department of Law, Carleton University, Academic Director, National Judicial Institute (Canada).
Gerald Bailey, QSO, LLB (Cant), Hon D (Waikato), Consultant Evans Bailey, Lawyers, former Chancellor of University of Waikato and member of the Council of Legal Education.
Sir David Baragwanath, Honorary Professor, University of Waikato, Judge of the Appeals, Chamber of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, The Hague.
Professor John Farrar, LLB (Hons), LLM, LLD London, PhD Bristol, Emeritus Professor of Law, Bond University, Professor of Corporate Governance, University of Auckland.
Deputy Chief Judge Caren Fox, Maori Land Court.
Judge Stephanie Milroy, Maori Land Court.
Dr Joan Metge, Law and Society, with particular interests in law's role in an ethnically diverse society.
Professor Margaret Bedggood, QSO, LLB Otago, MA NZ and London, former Chief Human Rights Commissioner.
The Honourable Justice Paul Heath, Judge of the High Court of New Zealand.
The Honourable Sir Eddie Durie, KNZM, first Maori appointed as a Justice of the High Court of New Zealand, and leading legal expert on the Treaty of Waitangi.
Professor Alex Frame, LLB Auck LLM, LLD Well, former Chair in Te Piringa - Faculty of Law, University of Waikato and Director of Te Matahauariki Research Institute.
Professor Paul Hunt, Department of Law, University of Essex, member of the Human Rights Centre, University of Essex and Adjunct Professor, University of Waikato.
The Honorable Justice Joseph Williams, Judge of the High Court of New Zealand.
Judge Peter Spiller, Honorary Professor of Law, University of Waikato.
Associate Professor Morne Olivier, School of Law, University of the Witwatersrand.
Professor Michael Hahn, Chair of European Law, Director, LLM Programme in International and European Economic and Commercial Law Centre for Comparative, European and International Law, Faculty of Law, University of Lausanne.