Auckland Law School
He Ara Oranga – Pathways to Wellness
11 December 2018
The Report of the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction, led by Professor Ron Paterson, has been released, with 40 recommendations within 12 broad areas.
Tax expert awarded premier Law Foundation scholarship
29 November 2018
Professor Craig Elliffe, from the Auckland Law School has been awarded the country’s premier legal research grant, the New Zealand International Research Fellowship - Te Karahipi Rangahau ā Taiao.
Future Directions of Aotearoa’s Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Courts Conference
15 November 2018
Researchers at the University of Auckland are hosting a conference to encourage informed, robust, conversations about the future shape, scope and operation of the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment Courts.
Spring Week lectures for adult learners
6 November 2018
From childhood immunisation to the potential of circular economies, Spring Week on Campus invites the public to attend a week of fascinating lectures at the University of Auckland.
The struggle against corruption
5 November 2018
Associate Professor Timothy Kuhner from the Auckland Law School has co-written a short film with staff members at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime called The Struggle Against Corruption.
Borrin Foundation grant for Aotearoa drug courts conference
5 November 2018
Researchers from the Auckland Law School have received a $60,000 Michael and Suzanne Borrin Foundation grant to host a conference about the Future Directions of the Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment (AODT) Courts Te Whare Whakapiki Wairua, and therapeutic jurisprudence, in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Legal scholar named Centenary Fellow (FRSNZ)
2 November 2018
Professor David V Williams has been elected a Fellow of the Academy of the Royal Society Te Apārangi, in recognition of his research, scholarship and the advancement of knowledge in the areas of constitutional law, colonial legal history and the Treaty of Waitangi.
The Oil and Gas Bill - we deserve better
16 October 2018
Opinion: The Crown Minerals (Petroleum) Amendment Bill violates all guiding principles on passing legislation - and that’s a problem, writes Dr Edward Willis (Law).
StuffMe ruling asks new questions
5 October 2018
Opinion:The StuffMe decision will affect future mergers as ultimately it expands Commerce Commission’s powers, writes Dr An Hertogen (Law).
Law School initiative to promote understanding of Equity
2 October 2018
A Substantive Equality Month was celebrated recently at the Law School with a series of events for staff, students and the public.
Law and Recognition: persons, institutions, and plurality workshop
27 September 2018
Associate Professor Nicole Roughan hosted a workshop on Law and Recognition: persons, institutions, and plurality.
Otago Proctor’s conduct a naked abuse of power
26 September 2018
Opinion: The Proctor of Otago University violated long established legal principles when he seized student property, explains Dr Edward Willis (Law).