Toni Love - 2015 student editor of the Māori Law Review

Toni is of Te Ᾱtiawa descent.

Toni is a student at Victoria University of Wellington studying towards a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Science majoring in Ecology and Biodiversity, and Statistics.

She is actively involved in a number of volunteer community conservation projects within Wellington, which includes her role as president for the Society for Conservation Biology, Victoria University of Wellington Chapter.

Toni has also been involved in Te Pūtahi Atawhai and Te Rōpū Ᾱwhina, which both provide mentoring to Māori and Pasifika students in the humanities and science faculties respectively. She is also the Māori and Pasifika tutor for LAWS121, a compulsory first year law paper.

In 2015 Toni is in her penultimate year of University. She is interested in environmental law, intellectual property law, in particular Māori cultural intellectual property, and how indigenous principles can drive legislative and policy change in relation to conservation and the environment.

Photo of Toni Love (VUW Image Services)

Toni Love - student editor Māori Law Review