Auckland Law School
Prisoner voting a ‘moment’ in NZ constitutional history
14 August 2019
Opinion: Dr Edward Willis calls on the Government to stop complicity in unconstitutional racist legislation and 'in this moment' lift the ban on prisoner voting.
Corporations and people
13 August 2019
Opinion: Professor Susan Watson argues that corporate citizens must recognise and value workers.
Auckland Law School's mediation competition team secures another victory
13 August 2019
Group wins back-to-back International Chamber of Commerce Commercial Mediation Competitions.
Ihumātao: NZ breaching human rights obligations
12 August 2019
Opinion: The UN has asked Government to stop development of Ihumātao. Until then, NZ is in breach of international human rights, writes Claire Charters.
It’s the final countdown
31 July 2019
After three years, New Zealand’s largest-ever fundraising campaign is coming to an end.
What happened to the UN sustainability goals?
24 July 2019
Opinion: Despite encouraging progress, much more needs to be done to turn sustainable development goals into a global reality, writes the UN’s Friedrich Soltau.
Fulbright Awards to study masters of laws
9 July 2019
The Auckland Law School congratulates our alumni who have been granted 2019 Fulbright General Graduate Awards.
Social justice scholar awarded Fulbright
2 July 2019
Fuimaono Dylan Asafo is heading to Harvard to undertake a Masters of Law. His thesis topic is Critical Race Theory and minority rights.
Stout Shield finalists debate vicarious liability
28 June 2019
A cancelled music festival that incurred millions of dollars of debt, including a $2 million loss to one investor, was the fictional setting for this year’s Stout Shield problem.
A life less ordinary
11 June 2019
Lau Saili was the first family member on his Samoan side to attend university. Now he's the Acting Director of Strategy for Space, Aerospace and Defence Industry Development for the Queensland Government’s Economic Development Agency.
Pene Mathew: legal challenges
4 June 2019
One of the challenges for the new Dean of the Auckland Law School, Professor Pene Mathew, will be how artificial intelligence could affect the legal profession.
Dame Helen Winkelmann: Chief Justice for all
31 May 2019
New Zealand's new Chief Justice Dame Helen Winkelmann is drawing attention to diversity issues.