Help and advice
The Pouāwhina Māori provides Māori students with cultural, pastoral and academic support while at Auckland Law School.
Tiana Trego-Hall, Pouāwhina Māori
As the Pouāwhina Māori at the Auckland Law School, Tiana Trego-Hall (Te Rarawa, Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Whātua, Waikato-Tainui) is committed to providing support to all current Māori tauira (students) pursuing law.
Tiana graduated with her Bachelor of Māori Development in 2021 Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makau Rau (Auckland University of Technology), and completed her Graduate Diploma in Health Science in early 2023. As a dedicated and passionate Pouāwhina Māori, Tiana is committed to fostering an inclusive and supportive environment that enables their tauira Māori success.
Pouāwhina Māori responsibilities
If you are a prospective student, the Pouāwhina Māori is able to offer advice about the entry requirements for LLB Part I and the relevant standards expected to progress through to LLB Part II, which is a limited entry programme.
The Pouāwhina Māori is responsible for academic and pastoral care of tauira, and the organisation and implementation of tutorials and wānanga for all core papers throughout the tertiary year. The focus of the tutorials and wānanga is to assist and encourage Māori students to develop and consolidate their legal academic writing and enhance academic achievement. Students are encouraged to aim for the Honours program in their Part II year of study.
Pouāwhina Māori contact details
Building 810, Room 234
1-11 Short Street