Research Publications for Matiu Dickson
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Dickson, M. (2011). Māori mainstream systems of dispute resolution. In Justice In The Round: Perspectives from Custom and Culture, Rights, and Dispute Resolution. Conference held at Hamilton, New Zealand.
Dickson, M. (2011). Maori representation in Local Government. In Australasian Law Teachers Association (ALTA): My Lawyer Rules. Assuring Legal and Education Standards. Conference held at Brisbane, Australia.
Dickson, M. (2011). Marae for Youth Court Hearings. In The Sixth National Indigenous Legal Conference: The Pursuit of Equality: From International Instruments to Individual Advancement. Conference held at Sydney, Australia.
Dickson, M. (2011). The Rangatahi Court. Waikato Law Review, 19(2), 86-107.
Dickson, M. (2010). Pakeha justice in a Maori setting. In Law and Culture Conference: Meaningful Legal Pluralism in the Pacific and Beyond. Conference held at University of the South Pacific Emalus Campus, Port Vila, Vanuatu.
Dickson, M. (2010). Negotiating the past: Fact or fiction. In 29th Annual Australian and New Zealand Law and History Conference. Conference held at Melbourne, Australia.
Dickson, M. (2010). He Toroa Whakakoko, e ātiu atu rā ki Runga o Mauāo e ... (The Albatross That Soars Above Mauao Mountain ...). In 4th International Indigenous Conference on Traditional Knowledge. Conference held at The University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Dickson, M. (2010). Te Piringa. Waikato Law Review, 18, 66-71.
Dickson, M. (2009). Maori youth advocacy: Mā te Māori mō to Māori (By Maori for Maori). In Youth at Risk: The Role of the Youth Justice System Symposium. Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand.
Dickson, M. (2009). The Maori God and the Maori King. In Australasian Law Teachers Association 64th Annual Conference:The Doctor as God, The Corporation as Queen. What About the Country. Conference held at Sydney, Australia.