University of Auckland
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
Dr Anna Hood is a lecturer at the University of Auckland. Her academic research focuses primarily on public international law and security issues. She also has a keen interest in how international law is used, understood and portrayed in New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific. Her presentation: “The Securitization of Article 39 of the ...more
The New Zealand Centre for Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice, (NZCHR) hosts numerous speaker events per year. Each speaker is from a respected human rights organisation and the events are open to the public. About this address These notes outline an address from Maria Armoudian, author of Kill the Messenger: The Media’s role in the Fate of the World ...more
John brings a wealth of knowledge to his joint role as General Editor for Company and Securities Law in New Zealand, Farrar and Watson (eds). He has an extensive teaching background and has held positions as the Dean of Law at the universities of Canterbury and Waikato in New Zealand, and Bond University, Queensland. He has practiced in both London and New Zealand, and has been active in law reform in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia.