Te Piringa - Faculty of Law News
Big medal win for law professor (23 January 2019)
Professor Al Gillespie has been awarded two of Belgium's top academic medals for his research and influence in the field of international law.
Children who kill and child killers - is the current system fair? (10 January 2019)
A University of Waikato researcher is proposing new ‘degrees of murder’ to help make the criminal justice system fairer for both victims and offenders.
What do Kiwis think of encryption? (17 December 2018)
New research by University of Waikato academics reveals what people value most when using encryption.
How to live a legacy (30 November 2018)
PhD student Season-Mary Downs has been given an award from the Māori Law Association to recognise her work in the Northland community.
Waikato students off to Asia and Latin America (20 November 2018)
Waikato students have been awarded a combined total of $304,685 through the Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia and Latin America.
Waikato success at National Kaupapa Māori Moot (23 October 2018)
Waikato Māori law student Edmond Carrucan took out the Manukura Trophy for the winning team at the National Kaupapa Māori Moot competition last week.
Setting the bar high (16 October 2018)
Tongan mother ‘Elisapesi Havea is setting the bar high for her son Jay and all the other Pasifika students at the University of Waikato.
An empty space that could save a life (24 September 2018)
Two Waikato students want to help prevent youth suicide by putting positive mental health messages on every school and university exercise book.
Waikato students win national law competition (7 September 2018)
Two Waikato students won the New Zealand Law Students’ Association Client Interviewing Finals in Christchurch last weekend, and are heading to Dublin to represent New Zealand at the world finals next year.
Armed to the teeth: do military animals deserve protection in war? (4 September 2018)
University of Waikato’s Dr Anna Marie Brennan is looking at whether animals on the front-line are weapons, or if they should be given the respect of something more sentient.