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Benjamin Liu is a lecturer and PhD candidate at the University of Auckland. His academic research focuses primarily on financial markets law and, in particular, bond trusts. Recently, he has developed a keen interest in the transformative potential of cognitive computers for legal services and legal education. He is currently developing a cloud-based legal expert ...more
On 6 July 2016, Victoria University of Wellington Law School will host the third gathering of New Zealand’s rising research scholars. Following on from two successful symposia in 2014 and 2105, the Symposium has now become established as an annual event on the academic law calendar. As it did in previous years, the New and ...more
Professor Craig Elliffe’s book International and Cross-Border Taxation in New Zealand was declared the winner of the 2015 JF Northey Memorial Book Award at the Legal Research Foundation’s recent AGM. The award is more praise for a book that has already gathered much nationally and internationally for its timely, thorough and readable treatment of its topic. To illustrate here’s an excerpt from Doctor ...more
Article author Benjamin Bielski* is in his final year of an LLB(hons) and a BA majoring in philosophy at the University of Otago. Originally from Invercargill, Ben is employed by the University of Otago as a tutor and researcher. After graduating, Ben intends to begin a career as a management consultant for a major company, to complete ...more