Aotearoa New Zealand Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law

Auckland Law School is a leading New Zealand law school in the area of Indigenous peoples and the law.

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Internship opportunity with the Aotearoa NZ Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law.

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The Aotearoa Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law seminar on Tikanga and State Law by Natalie Coates, Kingi Snelgar and Chris Merrick.

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The 4th annual Nin Tomas Memorial Lecture was delivered by Annette Sykes on ‘The Myth of a Tikanga Based Legal System'.

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Law and Covid-19 Webinar Series

Where does NZ’s constitutional foundation, Te Tiriti o Waitangi, fit in this time of pandemic? Watch our second talk in our Law and Covid-19 Webinar Series

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Listen to Justice Glazebrook’s lecture on the Indigenous Declaration

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Listen to Justice Whata’s lecture on equality before the law and criminal justice.

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Opinion: Where does te Tiriti o Waitangi fit in Government pandemic emergency powers, regulations and obligations? Right at the centre, writes Claire Charters.

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Read about Charm’s clinic experience

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