Te Piringa - Faculty of Law News
2018 NZLF DVF Professor Tim McCormack will review the responses of the international community to the many atrocities committed in Syria during 8 years of the civil conflict
Student Seminar: The Law Society’s role in the prevention of bullying and harassment in the legal profession (11 July 2018)
President of New Zealand Law Society Kathryn Beck will give a talk on the Law Society role in the prevention of bullying and harassment in the legal profession.
Public Lecture: A special panel discussion examining the impact of Public International Law on New Zealand (11 July 2018)
Join Te Piringa - Faculty Of Law for a free public lecture and panel discussion that examines the Impact of Public International Law on New Zealand in a changing world. Guest lecturers Dr Michael Hahn and Professor Duncan French topics include "The Impact of Brexit" to "Sustainable Development Goals for Sovereignty".
CEREL EVENT 2018: Poland in its Neighbourhood: Climate Change and Energy Policy in Changing Times (16 May 2018)
Recently students from the Te Piringa - Faculty of Law had the opportunity to hear Dr Maciej M. Sokołowski speak around climate change and energy policy in the EU.
Waikato student presents at World Water Justice Moot (23 April 2018)
University of Waikato student Tāwhiao McMaster travelled to Brazil last month to participate in the first World Water Justice Moot Court before the International Court of Justice.
Teaching Law in Context: Is it still relevant? (8 March 2018)
Professor Margaret Wilson will give a talk dedicated to teaching and researching law in its social context.
Indigenous courts of the future (13 December 2017)
Indigenous Courts, Self-Determination and Criminal Justice
2017 Norris Ward McKinnon Postgraduate Scholarship winners announced (29 November 2017)
Te Piringa – Faculty of Law is delighted to announce Juliet Chevalier-Watts and Dee Holmes as recipients of the 2017 Norris Ward McKinnon Postgraduate Scholarship.
Shangdong University of Technology Visit (23 November 2017)
A group of eleven students and two teaching staff from Shangdong University of Technology (SDUT) visited the University of Waikato last week for an intensive course in Common Law.
The Future of the Adversarial Process - evolution or death? (5 October 2017)
This lecture will explore the pros and cons of the adversarial process, as encountered by three of its Judges.