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Vol 27, No 2 December 2016

ARTICLES

The Teaching of Legal Ethics in New Zealand
Allan Beever

The Trans–Pacific Partnership in New Zealand’s Constitution
Oliver Hailes and Andrew Geddis

The ICS Principles: A Failed “Revolution” in Contract Interpretation?
David McLauchlan

The Wrong Tort in the Right Place: Avenues For The Development of Civil Privacy Protections in New Zealand
Tim Bain

Tax Litigation in New Zealand: An Empirical Analysis
Callum J.L. Burnett

Who Participates as Amicus Curiae in World Trade Organisation Dispute Settlement and Why?
Nicola Charwat

Problems with Access to Law in Personal Injury Disputes
Tiho Mijatov, Warren Forster and Tom Barraclough

Implementing “Fair and Effective Representation”?: a Review of the Local Electoral Option
Janine Hayward

Corporate Manslaughter in New Zealand: Waiting for a Disaster?
Maxwell H. Smith

An Examination of New Zealand Criminal Appeals to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council 1841–2015
Andrew Grant

The UK and the EU: The whinge in (and out of) the Willows?
Mel Kenny

LEGISLATION NOTE

Building (Earthquake-prone buildings) Amendment Act 2016
Ann Brower, John Page and Danyon Thomas

BOOK REVIEWS

Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Opinions of the United States Supreme Court

Unit Titles Law and Practice

Trustee Liability: What Every Trustee Needs to Know

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