Juliet Chevalier-Watts - Senior Lecturer
BA (Hons) Surrey LLB (Hons) LLM (Distinction) PGCLT SSU
Juliet Chevalier-Watts joined Te Piringa - Faculty of Law in 2008 from Southampton Solent University in England. During her time at Southampton Solent University Juliet lectured in, inter alia, Equity and Trusts, Tort, Contract, Shipping Law and Dispute Resolution. Juliet continues her lecturing interests at Te Piringa - Faculty of Law and lectures in Equity and Succession, Tort and Dispute Resolution. Juliet publishes nationally and internationally in the fields of Charitable Trusts and International Human Rights.
Juliet is the Editor in Chief of the Waikato Law Review.
Chevalier-Watts, J, Shedding the Shackles of Bowman: A Critical Review of the Political Purpose Doctrine and Charity Law in New Zealand, NZLJ, April 2015, 108 – 115.
Chevalier-Watts, J Waho v Olsen-Ratana, NZLJ, Student Companion, April 2015, 102.
"The Operation of Public Benefit in New Zealand - Meeting Contemporary Challanges" CLPR January 2015.
"The Changing Face of Political Purposes and Charity Law in New Zealand" Trusts & Trustees January 2015.
The Law of Charity, ThomsonReuters, 2015
The Public Benefit Requirement in Charity Law: the Mystery of the Balancing Act Trusts & Trustees October 2014
"Professional Bodies and Charity Law" New Zealand Law Journal April 2014, 97-101.
New Zealand Law Journal Student Companion Equity Updates, 2014
Charitable Trusts and Political Purposes: Sowing the Seeds of Change? Lessons from Australia Canterbury Law Review 2013 Vol 19, 52-79.
Equity, Trusts and Succession by Juliet Chevalier-Watts and Sue Tappenden (Thomson Reuters, Wellington, 2013)
Review of Registration Decisions for previous Charities Commission New Zealand and current Department of Internal Affairs - Charities, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
"Charitable Trusts and Advancement of Religion: On a Whim and Prayer?" (2012) Victoria University of Wellington Law Review 43 3 at 403-422.
"The Right to Life and Law Enforcement Activities: The Appropriateness of a Military Response to the Problem of Terrorism." In Liberty and Security in the Age of Terrorism, ed. Murray S. Y. Bessette (Morehead, KY: Commonwealth Security Studies Laboratory, 2011), 33-52.
Editorial Review of "Charity Law in New Zealand" 2011.
"Military Operations and the Right to Life: The Uneasy Bedfellows" Human Rights & International Legal Discourse 5  2 207-232.
"Charitable Trusts and Political Activity: Time for A Change?" Waikato Law Review, 19, 2 2011 at 145-160.
"Freemasonry and Charity"  The New Zealand Law Journal, March, 50-53.
"Economic Development and Charitable Status"  The New Zealand Law Journal August, 266-270.
"Charitable Trusts for Religious Purposes: Earthly Tests and Ethereal Matters", New Zealand Law Journal, Charities Issue, March 2010.
"The Phenomena of Enforced Disappearances in Turkey and Chechnya: Strasbourg's Noble Cause?" Human Rights Review, Vol. 11(4), 2010.
"Has Human Rights Law Become Lex Specialis for the European Court of Human Rights in Right to Life Cases Arising from Internal Armed Conflicts?", International Journal of Human Rights,  14, 4, at 584-602.
"A Rock and a Hard Place: Has the European Court of Human Rights Permitted Discrepancies to Evolve in their Scrutiny of Right to Life Cases?" The International Journal of Human Rights, (2010) 14, 2 at 300-318.
"Effective Investigations under Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights: Securing the Right to Life or an Onerous Burden on a State?" (2010) 21 European Journal of International Law 3, 701-721.
"Politics and Charity", The New Zealand Law Journal, Charities Issue, March 2009, 53-57.
"Under the Law of Charity, is the Principle of Public Benefit being Hindered by the Doctrinal Rule of Precedent?" Waikato Law Review, December 2008.
"Civil Liability for Animals." Mountbatten Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 11, No.1 & 2, December 2007.