Te Piringa - Faculty of Law News
Fieldays scholarship for agri students (17 April 2019)
Masters and PhD students studying at Waikato can apply for the National Agricultural Fieldays Sir Don Llewellyn Scholarship.
Why it might be time for New Zealand to reconsider the legal definition of murder (5 April 2019)
Dr Brenda Midson looks at why the country should reconsider the way in which murder is defined, in the wake of the Christchurch terrorist attack.
From Chicago law to professional rugby in Scotland, Mungo’s in boots and all (13 March 2019)
Tauranga law student Mungo Mason may miss his graduation ceremony but it's for a good cause - he's pursuing a professional rugby career in his homeland of Scotland.
New Zealand’s repeal of “year and a day” rule expands liability for homicide (12 March 2019)
Dr Brenda Midson looks at the implications of the recent change to the law.
The real legal deal (7 March 2019)
Hamilton law firm Norris Ward McKinnon works with Waikato law students, offering internships and providing scholarships.
Walking a difficult line ─ charity and religion (26 February 2019)
Like it or not, charity and religion are linked and that may be a good thing says charity law specialist Juliet Chevalier-Watts.
How to create a level playing field in sport? (25 February 2019)
Dr Brenda Midson looks at the international rules around ensuring all women get fair play.
Caution: DIY DNA heading your way (25 February 2019)
Dr Andelka Phillips looks at whether the rapidly growing industry is becoming a rapidly growing risk to our rights and privacy.
How antiquated legal language undermines complainants in cases of sexual assault (12 February 2019)
Dr Brenda Midson examines one of New Zealand’s most notorious sexual misconduct cases.
Who should govern Mars? (4 February 2019)
Dr Anna Marie Brennan looks at whether Elon Musk could rule a new world.