Te Piringa - Faculty of Law News

  • Questioning the pros and cons of the adversarial process (5 October 2017)

    Exploring the pros and cons of the adversarial process with real life examples from the panel of prominent judges, the annual Norris Ward McKinnon lecture has proven to be a huge success.

  • CEREL Public Event: Reinventing Paradise (13 September 2017)

    The Resource Management Act was a great breakthrough 26 years ago. It gave us a legal and regulatory framework for attempting to balance economic development against our impact on the environment.

  • CEREL Student Event: Power of the Paris Agreement (13 September 2017)

    The accord is a hopeful start to addressing climate change. But it is far more than simply a mechanism for cutting carbon.

  • Law and management students off to Latin America (2 August 2017)

    Adiós New Zealand! Student Angus Macdonald is packing his bags for Mexico thanks to a Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Latin America.

  • Graduation, a family affair (4 May 2017)

    When Campbell Gin graduates with his law and arts degrees, six of his siblings will be there, and their late brother Wiremu will be on all their minds.

  • Ten law students off to Asia (15 October 2016)

    Ten University of Waikato law students have won more than $100,000 in Prime Minister’s Scholarships for Asia (PMSA) to study in Vietnam.

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