Auckland Law School
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.
Covid-19 mass surveillance terrifying for the future
23 April 2020
Opinion: In uncertain times, surveillance is being offered to fight the bigger enemy. Matt Bartlett argues we shouldn't be too quick to embrace our new saviour.
Covid-19 class actions: The tidal wave on the horizon
21 April 2020
Opinion: As the dust begins to settle from Covid-19, now, more than ever before, individuals and businesses will collectively begin to survey their losses and look for ways to recover, writes Nikki Chamberlain.
The relevance of te Tiriti o Waitangi in the Covid-19 era
19 April 2020
Opinion: Where does te Tiriti o Waitangi fit in Government pandemic emergency powers, regulations and obligations? Right at the centre, writes Claire Charters.
Why was Bauer Media allowed to buy up so many NZ magazines?
6 April 2020
Opinion: It’s a more complicated issue than simply whether one company should control the majority of the market, writes regulatory law expert Edward Willis.
New app traces contacts, retains privacy, says expert
2 April 2020
Using digital data for contact tracing could be a powerful tool for containing the spread of Covid-19, and a new technology app in Singapore could help address fears of data privacy, says a digital data expert.
Susan St John: Let’s get the policies right this time
2 April 2020
Opinion: When we rethink our economy and how we support citizens, we must end the 19th Century bias against those in relationships, writes Susan St John.
Does Covid-19 justify the suspension of privacy?
26 March 2020
Opinion: Surveillance on an unprecedented scale may be justified but must end when no longer needed says Associate Professor Gehan Gunasekara.
Learning to resolve international disputes
12 March 2020
Students from the Auckland Law School have been in the Czech Republic this month, participating in the European Friendly Moot Competition.
Tax research recognised as world’s best
12 March 2020
A research paper by Professor Craig Elliffe from the Auckland Law School has been shortlisted for the 2020 Frans Vanistendael Award for International Tax Law.