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Wall, Jesse --- "Editorial" [2006] NZLawStuJl 2; (2006) 1 NZLSJ 7

Last Updated: 24 October 2012



The purpose of this journal is to disseminate quality research by New Zealand law students to the common law world. This volume contains nine of the best articles written by students whilst studying at a New Zealand university. All of these articles are a real and significant contribution to legal scholarship in New Zealand and the common law world.

The NZLSJ is a unique project. The articles are authored entirely by New Zealand law students, the Journal is administered entirely by New Zealand law students, and the review process is governed by a board consisting exclusively of New Zealand law students. Hence, this Journal is genuinely the New Zealand Law Students’ Journal.

To ensure the quality of the work published in this Journal, an Academic Review Board of current academics blind reviewed the work and provided feedback to the authors and advice to the student review board. However, the latter board reserved ultimate discretion to make decisions regarding publication.

It is the intention of the Chief Editorial Board that the NZLSJ provide a professional vehicle for publication of New Zealand law students’ work. Moreover, it is our intention that the NZLSJ will make a meaningful contribution to legal education and scholarship. We recognise the unique ability of law students to provide a fresh and contemporary critique of legal issues.

It is my hope that you enjoy engaging in the ideas presented in this Journal and feel enriched from conversing in current issues of law from the unique perspective of a New Zealand law student.

Jesse Wall


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