Te Piringa Faculty of Law News & Events
Te Piringa’s Dr Andelka Phillips’ work cited in New Zealand Privacy Commissioner’s latest blog - at home DNA tests are increasing in popularity, but they pose significant privacy risks and the industry has largely been unregulated to date.
WSU leader celebrates her graduation (18 October 2023)
October 16 was an important day for Waikato Students’ Union (WSU) president Lushomo Thebe. It was the day, after five years of study, when the 23-year-old walked across the stage at The Pā to graduate with her Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business degrees.
Double appointment at Waikato a “landmark moment” for New Zealand as a Pacific nation (10 August 2023)
Two new appointments at the University of Waikato, including New Zealand's first Pacific woman to be appointed a Professor in Law, marks a meaningful step towards greater diversity and representation in academia.
As the strategic rivalry between the United States and China intensifies, the invitation to discuss participation in the AUKUS security agreement presents New Zealand with a potentially momentous decision: how best to secure its own strategic interests and values in the Indo-Pacific region.
Date Thursday 9 May 2024 Time 9am - 5:30pm Location Online
Registration required: https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/womens-participation-in-violent-non-state-armed-groups-registration-836921594017 This workshop will discuss female participation in violent non-state armed groups from the perspective of human rights and international law. In 2022, the International Committee of the…