Auckland Law School
Facebook reforms not good enough
7 July 2020
Opinion: Matt Bartlett explains why Facebook should come to see political advertising and its challenges in the same way as Twitter.
Overcoming tyranny in Sāmoa
30 June 2020
Opinion: It may seem that the cause of Sāmoa's tyranny problem is just a man with a proud personality and no regard for the rule of law. But unfortunately, things aren't that simple writes Dylan Asafo.
Colonial feel to Māori media plan
25 June 2020
Opinion: Crown options for Māori media have a colonial “feel and smell” and the Government seems unaware of the issues being waded into, writes Claire Charters.
Replacing asylum or leaving no-one behind?
23 June 2020
Opinion: Professor Pene Mathew, Dean of Law, writes about the issues faced by asylum seekers.
Confronting Tyranny in Sāmoa
12 June 2020
Opinion: Dylan Asafo on the proposed constitutional amendments to make fundamental changes to the Land and Titles Court in Samoa.
Time for urgency on Auckland's water supply
10 June 2020
Opinion: In the face of water restrictions, Aucklanders might justifiably argue that Watercare and the council should have done more to avert what is a foreseeable water crisis, says David Grinlinton.
Time to dismantle our rotting house
5 June 2020
Opinion: The US isn't the only country with a justice system that destroys black and brown lives. NZ could lead in dismantling systems of white supremacy, writes Dylan Asafo.
Generous legacy to support legal study
31 May 2020
The late Emeritus Professor Brian Coote CBE has left a $5 million legacy to advance legal study.
Community checkpoints are an important and lawful part of NZ’s Covid response
28 May 2020
Opinion: Contrary to claims, there is a sound legal foundation for community checkpoints organised by iwi, write legal scholars Max Harris and Professor Emeritus David V Williams.
Victims should be front and centre in the response to men using violence
27 May 2020
Opinion: Julia Tolmie discusses the Sixth Report of the New Zealand Family Violence Death Review Committee.
Completing Harvard during a pandemic
29 April 2020
While undertaking a master of laws in the US, the Covid-19 outbreak forced alumnus Dylan Asafo to return home and start remote learning.
Covid-19 could trigger systemic change
24 April 2020
Opinion: Will we advance the low-consuming, low-energy, low-mobility lifestyle the pandemic has forced upon us? Klaus Bosselmann says this could be the virus’s legacy.