Māmari is a senior lecturer in law at Victoria University of Wellington.
After some years working in the Department of Corrections and Māori broadcasting Māmari completed an MA (Distinction) in Classical Studies, BA (Hons), and an LLB (Hons) at Victoria University. She then spent three and a half years at Russell McVeagh in Wellington working in the Māori legal team in the Corporate Advisory Group, latterly concentrating on ACC law. She joined the Faculty of Law at Victoria in 2006.
Māmari leads Te Kaupapa Reo-a-Ture – The Legal Māori Project at Victoria.
Her primary research interests are law and language, Māori and the New Zealand legal system, and social security law.
Māmari is a consultant editor to the Māori Law Review.
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