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Binding remedies: The Ngāi Tahu Treaty settlement negotiations in a post-Haronga context
Treaty of Waitangi settlements in New Zealand have been a result of political compromise. While financial limits have been set and the relativities between settlements have been established, there has been no concrete ...
African Law Clinicians' Manual
(Institute for Professional Legal Training (IPLT), 2013)
¿Necesitan derechos los ríos? Comparando estructuras legales para la regulación de los ríos en Nueva Zelanda, Australia y Chile
Este artículo aborda lo que el otorgamiento de “personalidad jurídica” a los ríos puede ofrecer a las opciones institucionales para la regulación medio ambiental del agua. Se examina esta pregunta al estudiar la ...
Accessing court files as a feminist endeavour: Reflections on the Feminist Judgments Project Aotearoa: Te Rino, the two-stranded rope
In this piece, we reflect on the significance of accessing court records for feminist endeavours. We discuss two examples that illustrate the value of accessing and critiquing court processes. Feminist judgment writing, ...
In the nude: factors determining the employment status of sex workers
This article analyses critically the 2018 Christchurch Employment Relations Authority’s (the Authority) decision in Hamilton-Redmond and Clifford v Casino Bar Limited, which found that two strip dancers were independen ...