Vol 25, No 3 June 2013
Injecting Content into the Mirage that is Proportionality in Sentencing
Providing Oxygen for the Flames? The State of Public Interest Litigation in New Zealand
Parallel Importing and Trade Mark Use: A Tale of Two Uses
Statutory Interpretation, Parliamentary Intention and the General Anti-Avoidance Rule
The Possibility of Amending New Zealand’s General Anti-Avoidance Rule
Legal Transplanting: International Financial Institutions and Secured Transactions Law Reform in South Pacific Island Nations
Gordon Walker and Alma Pekmezovic
Funding Insolvent Company Claims
The Financial Markets Authority: A Model Example for Regulatory Consolidation?
Treaty of Waitangi Settlements
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