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Supporting Auckland Law School
Auckland Law School's first event in the series "Taxing the Digital Economy: Theory, Policy and Practice".
Congratulation on the team's success for the third year in a row.
Congratulations to Auckland Law School student William Turner who won the Greg Everard Memorial Moot final.
Congratulations to the AULR team for the release of the 2020 Auckland University Law Review.
Congratulations to this years winners of the Justice Sir Robert Chambers Memorial moot competition.
Auckland Law School hosted an online webinar 'Extraordinary laws for extraordnary times'
Congratulations to the AULR team for the release of the 2019 Auckland University Law Review Journal
The Faculty celebrated excellent academic achievement at this years' Law Student Awards.
Auckland Law School is proud to present the Law School Women’s Mentoring Programme
Professor Julia Tolmie delivered her inaugural lecture this past June.
Congratulations to all of our spring graduates!
This panel discussion was lead by three industry experts giving advice on entering into the profession.
Associate Professor Timothy K. Kuhner held a book launch to discuss the main take-aways from his new book, Tyranny of Greed.
University of Auckland lecturers use the lenses of law, political science, and psychology to explain the 2020 US Election.
A special Webinar given by Jane Connors, UN Victims’ Rights Advocate.
Auckland Law School held a morning tea to celebrate the wonderful achievements of the 2020 Jessup Moot team
The Auckland Law School hosted a morning tea to honour Glen Silvester with a Posthumous LLM
The 2019 Sir Owen Woodhouse Memorial Lecture was presented by Honorary Associate Professor Susan St John
Congratulations to all of our autumn graduates!
Tim Kuhner presented his new book, “Democracy by the People: Reforming Campaign Finance in America”
Congratulations on the launch of the Law Career Guide website, which included a demonstration of the new site's features and benefits.
Auckland Law School hosted a book launch for PhD candidate Justin Sobion, who wrote about his late father Keith Sobion.
The Coffee Mates Programme ended with a successful networking event held at Webb Henderson in Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour.
Auckland Law School held a networking event for students participating in the Career Ready and Career Explore programmes.
The Aotearoa Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law seminar on Tikanga and State Law by Natalie Coates, Kingi Snelgar and Chris Merrick.
Auckland Law School held an event to celebrate the end of the Women's Mentoring Programme for 2020.
This Webinar panel discussion was lead by three industry experts giving advice on entering into the profession
Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd delivered a student lecture on 'Lessons from the Brexit process'
Congratulations to our ICC Commercial Mediation Competition Team on their successes!
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