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The Māori Law Review is proud to have an association with the Faculty of Law at Victoria University of Wellington and Buddle Findlay New Zealand lawyers.

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The Review is produced with assistance from Victoria University.

Events

Indigenous Law Speaker Series 2015

Recent developments in co-governance and co-management - come and hear Paul Beverley talk about co-governance and co-management issues on 28 August 2015 at Buddle Findlay, Auckland

From historian to lawyer – differing perspectives - Bernadette Arapere delivered the fifth of our 2015 seminars on 20 August 2015 at the University of Auckland Faculty of Law

Implementing the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples – recent developments in international law - Tracey Whare delivered the fourth of our 2015 seminars on 13 August 2015 at the University of Auckland Faculty of Law

Criminal Justice, the State and Māori - Kim Workman, 2015 J. D. Stout Fellow, delivered the third of our 2015 seminars on 28 May 2015 at the Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington

Recent developments in co-governance and co-management - Paul Beverley delivered the second seminar for 2015 on 21 May 2015 at the Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington

Ko te manu e kai ana i te mātauranga - nōnā te ao: overseas postgraduate reflections - Horiana Irwin Easthope and Natalie Coates delivered the first of our 2015 seminars on 7 May 2015 at the Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington.

Indigenous Law Speaker Series 2014

Rangatahi Courts of Aotearoa/New Zealand - Judge Taumaunu delivered the final lunchtime seminar for 2014 on 24 September at the Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington.

Lex Aotearoa - Hon Justice Joseph Williams delivered one of our 2014 lunchtime seminars on 21 August 2014 at the Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington.

Constitutional development and decolonisation in the South Pacific - Professor Tony Angelo from Victoria University of Wellington deliver one of our 2014 lunchtime seminars on 31 July 2014 at the Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington.

Professor Jon Altman, The Australian National University, gave the first of our 2014 lunchtime seminars on 13 February 2014 at the Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington. Download Professor Altman's paper - The political ecology and political economy of the Indigenous land titling ‘revolution’ in Australia.

Indigenous Law Speaker Series 2013

The Māori Law Review hosted four lunchtime seminars during August 2013 at the Law Library, Victoria University of Wellington. Download Eileen Luna-Firebaugh's paper - Indigenous on the Margins.

Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie student essay competition 2015

Entries are welcomed for the 2015 Sir Edward Taihakurei Durie student essay competition sponsored by the Māori Law Review. The competition is open until 5 p.m. Wednesday 30 September 2015. For details on the competition and how to enter go here.

The 2014 competition was won by Anna Brenstrum.

Laura Hardcastle won the 2013 competition.

The 2012 competition was won by law student Laura Lincoln. Laura's win was announced on 3 October 2012 at the function held to celebrate the re-launch of the Māori Law Review.

Useful links

New Zealand legislation

Māori Land Court and Māori Appellate Court judgments

Legal Māori Resource Hub - explore how Māori language has been used in legal contexts over nearly two centuries

New Zealand Legal Information Institute

Te Kaupapa Reo-a-Ture - The Legal Māori Project