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.
Recent cases where Craig has acted as counsel have involved charities, discrimination and remedies for historical breaches of the Treaty of Waitangi and its principles.
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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