Subjects

Human Rights Law

Overview

The New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice was established in 2012 and is a Centre of the Faculty of Law.

The Centre provides a focal point for research, education, community-service, and a range of human rights activities in New Zealand and the wider Asia Pacific region. The Centre is composed of academic members from various universities in New Zealand (both in law faculties and in other disciplines) and others involved in human rights research and activities.

The New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice

 

Areas of study

LLM and MLS Human Right taught courses offered

PhD study in Human Rights Law

You can study Human Rights Law in the following programmes:

What you will learn

Research at the Faculty of Law

Career opportunities

Postgraduate study of law is increasingly important in a globalised world, as all careers now demand much more focused, sophisticated  and advanced legal expertise. The Law School’s postgraduate programmes allow students to specialise in areas to benefit both their employers and their own academic interests. The programmes attract a diverse mix of new graduates, experienced practitioners, partners, and industry professionals, as well as international students from various jurisdictions, all of whom bring their differing perspectives and talents to the postgraduate seminars.
 
Investing in postgraduate study at The University of Auckland will broaden your academic, research and employment horizons, and add value with specialist skills and knowledge.Whether you plan to join the next generation of leading lawyers in New Zealand, or strive to become a leader in the international field, a postgraduate law qualification from the Auckland Law School will help you to make your mark on the world.

More information

The New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice