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Editors --- "Research deposited in the University of Otago Law Library 2009" [2010] OtaLawRw 13; (2010) 12 Otago Law Review 435

Last Updated: 25 February 2012


Research Deposited in the

University of Otago Law Library 2009

All LLB Honours research papers unless otherwise stated

Peter Barnett A New Era of Bounty Enforcement of Securities Law? Reassessing the Proper Roles of Private and Public Enforcement of New Zealand’s Secu- rities Law in Light of the Proposed Introduction of Class Action Procedures

Natalie Coates Me Mau Ngā Ringa Māori I Ngā Rākau A Te Pākehā? Should Māori Customary Law Be Incorporated Into Legislation?

James Dalgleish The Triumph Of Reason: The Nuremberg Tri- als and their Legacy to International Criminal Law

Victoria Deane Class Actions: Turbo Charging the Power of


Daniel Eyre Corporate And Catholic? A Critique of Corporate Law Based on the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching

Heidi Gray Inequality in Equal Division: Embracing a Cana- dian Approach to Remedy Economic Inequality Upon Relationship Breakdown

Richard Hann An Accident Waiting to Happen: Criminal Li- ability When Death Occurs During Participation In Adventure Sports In New Zealand

Matthew Harrop Something For Nothing: Copyright, ISP Liability and P2P File Sharing

Holly Hedley Doctoring in the Digital Age: A Discussion of Potential Regulatory Solutions for International Telemedicine in New Zealand

Alice Irving Methamphetamine, Psychosis and the Insanity


Naomi Johnstone Indonesia In The ‘Redd’: Climate Change, Legal Pluralism and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights to Forests


Otago Law Review (2010) Vol 12 No 2

Honor Lanham Walk the Plank: Somali Pirates and International


Alexander Latu A Public/Private Power Play: How to Approach the Question of the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990’s Direct Application Under Section


Genevieve Martin Harvesting the Fruit of the Poisonous Tree: The admissibility at retrial of improperly obtained original trial testimony

Sheena Martin Duties a deux? The Role of Consent in Legitimis- ing Fiduciary Double Employments

Joshua McGettigan Burying Climate Change Underneath the Ground: A Carbon Capture and Storage Regula- tory Framework For New Zealand

Celia Milne Legal Professional Privilege and the ‘Copy

Document Conundrum’

Kate Muirhead Medicine for the Soul: Should the Code of Health and Disability Services Consumers’ Rights Ap- ply to Christian Healing Practices?

Hannah Musgrave What Makes Race So Special? Should hate speech provisions under the Human Rights Act

1993 be extended to cover target groups other than race?

Emma Peart Contracts For Land: The Writing Requirement and the Equitable Exception

Megan Roberts The Continuing Saga of Swiss-type Claims: Their Scope and Potential Applicability to Pharma- cogenomics

Elizabeth Rutherford Funding Fair Play in Action

Monetary Remedies in Judicial Review

Rupert Sherman Caught in Limbo: The Palestinian Authority and the Misunderstood State in International Law

Sarah Watson A corporate bombshell for New Zealand? The Australian High Court case Sons of Gwalia Ltd v Margaretic


Daniel Weakley The Fiduciary Obligation and Duties of Disclo- sure for Real Estate Agents

Russell Weir Putting the Price Fixers in Prison? The Case for Cartel Criminalisation in New Zealand, and the Substance of the Proposed Offence

Anthony Wicks A Private Law Issue in “Public Law Drag?”: Government Contract Award Processes and Judicial Review in New Zealand

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