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Who we are
The Māori Law Review is a monthly review of law affecting Māori, the indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand. Tom Bennion started the Review in December 1993. Since 2012 it has been published by Māori Law Review Limited. Tom remains as a consultant editor to the Review.
What we offer our Online Māori Law Review and Print and Online Māori Law Review readers
The Māori Law Review has grown beyond its original print edition. New developments can be reported online during the course of each month. Our online readers don’t have to wait for the print edition to arrive or be circulated around colleagues.
The range of content reported online at the Māori Law Review is broader than what we can fit into the monthly print edition. While the most significant developments will be reported in the print version, online readers have the added benefit of further reports on cases and other developments. This particularly benefits those readers who want to keep up to date on a wider range of Māori Land Court decisions and Waitangi Tribunal rulings.
Māori Law Review premium content represents excellent value for money. Expert reporting and analysis is available to you for developments in the law affecting Māori in the following areas:
- Original discussion of current events related to Māori and indigenous law
Māori Land Law
- All developments involving Te Ture Whenua Māori Act 1993 (the Māori Land Act 1993) and related law
- Māori Land Court and Māori Appellate Court decisions
- All reports of the Tribunal
- Directions and memoranda of interest
Courts and Tribunals
Relevant decisions from the:
- Supreme Court
- Court of Appeal
- High Court
- Environment Court, and
- Other courts & tribunals
- Review and commentary on bills and statutes affecting Māori
Articles, Reports, Books and websites of interest
- Reviews of key articles from legal publications
- Important reports from government agencies, select committees etc
- Reviews of significant texts dealing with Māori law and the Treaty of Waitangi
Our Online Māori Law Review and Print and Online Māori Law Review readers get access to:
- all reports and analysis posted at māorilawreview.co.nz by our expert contributors
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- free email alerts about new reports
- downloads or links to decisions, judgments and reports
- downloadable pdf versions of the print edition where available from the start of the Māori Law Review (December 1993)
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