Auckland Law School
Kua pōhiritia tētahi mātanga ture e Thomas Piketty ki te kōrero i tētahi rangatū kauhau ā-ao
15 September 2021
Kua pōhiritia a Ahorangi Tūhono Tim Kuhner o Te Kura Ture o Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau e te kaiōhanga rongonui puta i te ao a Thomas Piketty, mō World Inequality Lab, ki te kōrero mō tōna pukapuka hou, i tētahi rangatū kauhau mananui i Paris.
Q&A on New Zealand's refugee system
9 September 2021
Opinion: The terror attack at Lynn Mall last week has led to many questions being asked about the refugee process in New Zealand, writes Dr Anna Hood.
Greg Everard Moot to finish
24 August 2021
After 19 years, the Greg Everard Memorial Moot, established in memory of the highly respected commercial litigator and alumnus, will come to an end.
University of Auckland students and alumni shine at Tokyo Olympics
12 August 2021
With two University of Auckland students winning golds and one alum winning bronze, there is plenty to celebrate from the Tokyo Olympics.
Tax law professor’s research to be taught at Harvard
5 August 2021
Research by Professor Craig Elliffe from the University of Auckland Law School has been selected for inclusion in a course taught at the famous public policy Harvard Kennedy School of Harvard University.
University of Auckland athletes head off to the pinnacle of sport
12 July 2021
The University of Auckland is proud to have a number of students and alumni in the 2021 New Zealand Olympic Team.
Sensible solutions for Auckland's transport woes
6 July 2021
Opinion: A number of problems with Auckland’s infrastructure have become starkly apparent in recent times, writes Professor David Grinlinton.
Claims that sexual violence bill will harm Māori are unfounded
1 July 2021
Opinion: Professor Elisabeth McDonald and Associate Professor Scott Optican on the merits of The Sexual Violence Legislation Bill 2019.
The Samoa Supreme Court’s final warning
30 June 2021
Opinion: The Samoan Supreme Court has issued a final warning to caretaker prime minister, Tuila'epa Sa'ilele Malielegaoi, writes Lecturer Dylan Asafo.
Dawn Raids apology ‘empty’ without action on immigration
15 June 2021
Opinion: The Government needs a list of actions to address intergenerational harms caused by the Dawn Raids. Dylan Asafo explains what those actions should look like.
Celebrating graduation together while apart
3 June 2021
A global pandemic and no relatives in New Zealand, didn't stop Divya Rathore from celebrating her graduation from the University of Auckland with her family in India.
Police use of DNA
26 May 2021
Opinion: The laws governing police use of DNA are changing. Associate Professor Carrie Leonetti questions if the proposals are fair for all New Zealanders.