Research Publications for Matiu Dickson

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  • Dickson, M. (2011). Māori mainstream systems of dispute resolution. In Justice In The Round: Perspectives from Custom and Culture, Rights, and Dispute Resolution. Conference held at Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Dickson, M. (2011). Maori representation in Local Government. In Australasian Law Teachers Association (ALTA): My Lawyer Rules. Assuring Legal and Education Standards. Conference held at Brisbane, Australia.

  • Dickson, M. (2011). The Rangatahi Court. Waikato Law Review, 19(2), 86-107.

  • Dickson, M. (2011). Marae for Youth Court Hearings. In The Sixth National Indigenous Legal Conference: The Pursuit of Equality: From International Instruments to Individual Advancement. Conference held at Sydney, Australia.

  • Dickson, M. (2010). Te Piringa. Waikato Law Review, 18, 66-71.

  • Dickson, M. (2010). He Toroa Whakakoko, e ātiu atu rā ki Runga o Mauāo e ... (The Albatross That Soars Above Mauao Mountain ...). In 4th International Indigenous Conference on Traditional Knowledge. Conference held at The University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Dickson, M. (2010). Negotiating the past: Fact or fiction. In 29th Annual Australian and New Zealand Law and History Conference. Conference held at Melbourne, Australia.

  • Dickson, M. (2010). Pakeha justice in a Maori setting. In Law and Culture Conference: Meaningful Legal Pluralism in the Pacific and Beyond. Conference held at University of the South Pacific Emalus Campus, Port Vila, Vanuatu.

  • Dickson, M. (2009). The Maori God and the Maori King. In Australasian Law Teachers Association 64th Annual Conference:The Doctor as God, The Corporation as Queen. What About the Country. Conference held at Sydney, Australia.

  • Dickson, M. (2009). Maori youth advocacy: Mā te Māori mō to Māori (By Maori for Maori). In Youth at Risk: The Role of the Youth Justice System Symposium. Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand.

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