Craig Linkhorn co-editor of the Māori Law Review
Craig is a barrister at Clifton Chambers advising on public law and Crown-Maori relationship issues. He was previously a manager responsible for a team of lawyers within the Attorney-General's group at Crown Law.
In addition to delivering a range of seminars and papers, Craig has also contributed to research on indigenous peoples’ rights through a visiting fellowship at the Australian National University’s Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research and as a participant writer in the Post Treaty Settlement Project to stimulate debate about what will happen after historical Treaty of Waitangi claims are settled in New Zealand.
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