Te Piringa - Faculty of Law News
Five ways New Zealanders’ lives and liberties will be heavily controlled, even after lockdown eases (17 April 2020)
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced details of the next stage of lockdown, but New Zealanders won’t know until Monday when the country moves out of strict level 4 conditions.
As NZ goes into lockdown, authorities have new powers to make sure people obey the rules (25 March 2020)
From midnight on Wednesday, New Zealand will go into lockdown for four weeks, with only essential services like supermarkets and pharmacies remaining open.
New Dean of Law at the University of Waikato (18 March 2020)
Professor Alpana Roy has joined the University of Waikato as Dean, Te Piringa Faculty of Law.
A University of Waikato expert in energy law and mining says countries producing fossil fuels have no guarantee of a market for their products as the world addresses climate change.
A year from the Christchurch terror attacks, NZ intelligence records a surge in reports (9 March 2020)
The Christchurch mosque attacks on March 15 last year have prompted a significant rise in tip-offs about people expressing extremist views, according to a report by New Zealand’s Security Intelligence Service (NZSIS).
Triple scholarship success for Gisborne teenager to study law in Tauranga (27 February 2020)
Born and raised in Gisborne, Britney Moore is the first in her family to attend university and starts her law studies at the University of Waikato's Tauranga campus with $12,000 worth of scholarships to help her on her way.
Te Piringa Faculty of Law prize-giving (11 February 2020)
Te Piringa - Faculty of Law 2018 Academic Year Prize Giving took place recently, celebrating and acknowledging the academic achievements of these students and graduates.
Gold for three Hillary Scholars in Hong Kong (19 December 2019)
Three Sir Edmund Hillary Scholars from the University have won gold at the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Hong Kong.
Contracting Online – did you read the fine print? (16 December 2019)
Have you or anyone you know considered ordering a genetic test online? How many online contracts or privacy policies have you read?
Te Piringa - Faculty of Law to host New Zealand Law Foundation National Family Law Moot Competition in 2020 (13 December 2019)
Te Piringa - Faculty of Law at the University of Waikato is delighted to have received a grant from the New Zealand Law Foundation to host the New Zealand Law Foundation National Family Law Moot competition for a second consecutive year in 2020.