Editor in Chief: Dr Trevor Daya-Winterbottom FRSA FRGS
First published in 1993, Taumauri - the Waikato Law Review provides authoritative and critical analysis on a broad range of legal issues. The journal is hosted by Te Piringa Faculty of Law at the University of Waikato and reflects the Faculty’s founding objectives of biculturalism, the study of law in context, and professionalism.
Special emphasis is placed on contemporary developments in all branches of law, reflecting the Faculty’s commitment to teaching law in context. The articles published in the Waikato Law Review are designed to have the widest appeal to those interested in the law - whether as practitioners, students, teachers, judges or policy makers - and to provide an opportunity for them to keep abreast of contemporary new ideas and the progress of legal reform.
In addition to publishing articles in all branches of the law, the Waikato Law Review contains sections devoted to recent legislation and reports, case analysis, and book reviews.
The Waikato Law Review is widely acclaimed as a leading platform for scholarly legal debate in New Zealand and throughout Commonwealth and other common law jurisdictions.
Annual subscriptions for the Waikato Law Review are NZ$40 per copy within New Zealand, and NZ$45 international. Subscription prices are inclusive of any GST and postage.
Contact details for subscriptions
Waikato Law Review Administrator
Te Piringa - Faculty of Law
University of Waikato
Private Bag 3105
Contact details for North American subscriptions:
William W Gaunt & Sons Inc
3011 Gulf Drive
Back issues of the Waikato Law Review are available for purchase. Please email email@example.com quoting the year and number of volumes required.
Volume 25, 2017
Volume 24, 2016
Volume 23, 2015
Volume 22, 2014
Volume 21, 2013
Volume 20, 2012 (excerpt)
Volume 19, Issue 2, 2011
Volume 19, Issue 1, 2011
Volume 18, 2010
Volume 17, 2009
Volume 16, 2008
Volume 15, 2007
Volume 14, 2006
Volume 13, 2005
Volume 12, 2004
Volume 11, 2003
Volume 10, 2002
Volume 9, 2001
Volume 8, 2000
Volume 7, 1999
Volume 6, 1998
Volume 5, 1997
Volume 4, Issue 2, 1996
Volume 4, Issue 1, 1996
Volume 3, 1995
Volume 2, 1994
Volume 1, 1993
Articles, case notes, and book reviews should be emailed (as Microsoft Word attachments) to the Editor in Chief, Dr Trevor Daya-Winterbottom, by 31 October.
All submissions are peer reviewed to ensure the highest academic quality prior to acceptance for publication. Submissions should comply with either the New Zealand Law Style Guide (3rd Edition) or OSCOLA (4th Edition), and should conform with the general layout of articles, case notes, and book reviews published in previous issues of the Waikato Law Review. Selected back issues (see below) are available to download from this webpage.
Contact details for submissions: Dr Trevor Daya-Winterbottom FRSA FRGS, Editor in Chief, Waikato Law Review. firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Zealand Law Style Guide
We have adopted the New Zealand Law Style Guide. Please ensure that your submissions to the Waikato Law Review conform to the requirements of the NZLSG to ensure a speedy path through the peer review stage towards publication.
Editorial Advisory Board
Sir David Baragwanath, Honorary Professor, University of Waikato, Judge of the Appeals, Chamber of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, The Hague.
Professor Margaret Bedggood, formerly Chief Human Rights Commissioner.
The Honourable Dame Sian Elias, formerly Chief Justice of New Zealand.
Professor John Farrar, Emeritus Professor of Law, Bond University, Honorary Professor, University of Waikato.
Judge Caren Fox, Deputy Chief Judge of the Maori Land Court.
Professor Alex Frame, Honorary Professor, University of Waikato.
Professor Michael Hahn, University of Berne.
The Honourable Justice Paul Heath, QC.
Professor Paul Hunt, Department of Law, University of Essex (United Nations Special Rapporteur on Health and Human Rights 2002-2008).
Judge Stephanie Milroy, Judge of the Maori Land Court.
Judge Peter Spiller, Judge of the District Court of New Zealand.
The Honorable Justice Joseph Williams, Judge of the Supreme Court of New Zealand.