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Vol 30, No 2 December 2022


"Going Backward, Looking Forward": An Essay on How to Think about Law Reform in Ecologically Precarious Times
Elizabeth Fisher

The UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts and the Internationalisation of Australasian Contract Law
Qiao Liu

To Have and to Hold? Intellectual Property as Relationship Property
Susan Corbett and Jessica C Lai

The Centre of Interests of the Employment Relationship
Alan Toy and Dawn Duncan

Nothing New under the Sun: The Case of the Illusory Trust
Lucas Clover Alcolea

A Critical Analysis of the Law Governing the "Involvement Hearing" under New Zealand's Fitness to Stand Trial Process and Proposals for Reform
Sarah Baird

Trade Marks at the Intersection of Reappropriation, Function, and Freedom of Expression: A New Zealand Perspective
David Graham and Lida Ayoubi

The Opt-Out Class Action: Economic Implications for Insurers and Insureds
Louis Norton

Criminal Law in Aotearoa New Zealand: Julia Tolmie, Kris Gledhill, Fleur Te Aho and Khylee Quince
Mark Wright

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