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VUWLR --- "Law Theses, Masters and Honours Papers 2000-2001" [2003] VUWLawRw 7; (2003) 34(1) Victoria University of Wellington Law Review 167

LAW THESES, MASTERS AND HONOURS PAPERS 2000-2001
DEPOSITED IN THE VUW LAW LIBRARY

ACCIDENT COMPENSATION

Depp, David Carter
Private insurance versus community responsibility: a critical discussion of compensation for workplace injuries under the Accident Insurance Act 1998
Griffin, Trudie
The egg-shell skull principle and the accident insurance scheme

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

Atkin, Graham Mark
The Electoral Commission v Cameron: the missing link: administrative law and industry self-regulatory bodies
Ferrier, Duncan
Restitution, the Woolwich principle and state-owned enterprises
Rodger, Jessica
Defining the parameters of the non-refoulement principle
Yong, Benjamin Yu Min
The essence of common law constitutionalism: studies of judicial interpretation in context (thesis)

AVIATION LAW

Cranston, Amy
Aviation regulation: how safe is enough?

BILL OF RIGHTS LAW

Heffernan, Clare
To declare or not to declare: an examination of whether judges can declare legislation to be inconsistent with the Bill of Rights Act 1990
Johnston, Matthew Khan
Video surveillance of the home in New Zealand: existing forms of legal protection and the need for reform
Shayle-George, Kirsten
P v D: a judgment [ie judgement] showing contempt for freedom of expression
Tannahill, Paul R
The New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 ten years on: a look at its potential through analysis of non-criminal law cases
Traylor, Julia M
The Human Rights Act 1998 (UK): lessons learned from the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990?

BIOSECURITY

Stannett, Charlotte
Biosafety in the biotechnology age: the biosafety protocol
Warden, Emma
Are the guidelines for the storage, use and disposal of sperm from a deceased man an adequate clarification of the law regarding posthumous treatment of gametes in New Zealand?

CHARITIES

Jordan, Ana
The charitable status of Maori organisations

COMMERCIAL LAW

Hameed, Shaaheen
Aspects of the Personal Property Securities Act 1999 from the debtors' perspective
Hutchison, Andrew G
A critical analysis of the justifications for the mandatory disclosure requirements imposed on issuers of securities in New Zealand
Johnston, David G
Will that be a bacon and egg pie or bacon, egg, and pastry?: distinguishing between composite and multiple supplies under the Goods and Services Act 1985
Morgan, Paul
The Hague Convention on "Jurisdiction and Foreign Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters": how will it affect e-commerce contracts in New Zealand?
Shah, Krishn A M
Facilitating international transactions through documentary credits without documents
Srisuriyanyothin, Ruangchai
The securities transfers in New Zealand and stock trading on the Internet

COMPANY LAW

Geuther, Thomas
Insider trading regulation: should shareholders have a choice?
Kern, Kerstin Christa
Balancing conflicting interests: a comparative view on share repurchases (thesis)
Murray, Brian
Ratification under the Companies Act 1993: an analysis of section 177 of the Companies Act 1993 with reference to the ratification of breaches of directors' duties
Shapleski, Oliver R
The efficiency of takeovers: an economic approach to New Zealand regulation
Thompson, Rhonda
The tortious liability of the one-person company director
Tzvetinova, Elena
Options for reform of New Zealand's insider trading enforcement provisions: should criminal penalties be introduced?

COMPARATIVE LAW

Auerbach, Ines
Do we need Section 178 Crimes Act 1961?: a comparative study of the crime of infanticide in Germany and New Zealand
Baig, Khurram
The comparative study of Islamic family laws and New Zealand family laws
Kern, Kerstin Christa
Balancing conflicting interests: a comparative view on share repurchases (thesis)
Wang, Ke-en
Copyright protection in China: with comparison with the New Zealand Copyright Act 1994
Whimp, Matthew Peter
Incentives for research and development: a comparative economic analysis of tax incentives and grants
Wiseman, Jessica
China's one child policy and CEDAW: a Chinese version of women's reproductive rights

COMPETITION LAW

Horan, John K
Unilateral misuse of market power: Section 36 of the Commerce Act 1986
Plumley, Sarah
Once more into the breach: predatory pricing in the Carter Holt Harvey decision
Snelling, David Thomas
Love thy competitor: predatory pricing in Carter Holt

CONFLICT OF LAWS

Bougen, Christopher D
Conflicting approaches to conflicts of jurisdiction: the Brussels Convention and forum non conveniens
Morgan, Paul
The Hague Convention on "Jurisdiction and Foreign Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters": how will it affect e-commerce contracts in New Zealand?

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

Buick-Constable, John
Indigenous peoples and self-determination: contractualising sovereignty and justice in the 21st century (thesis)
Cameron, Alastair
The public law implication of CER, CEP and the WTO agreements: New Zealand's free trade agreements as an illustration of New Zealand's state sovereignty redefined in an interconnected world
Dean, Miles Vaughan
The banning of public opinion polls: clause 54 of the Electoral Amendment Bill (No 2)
Dibley, Thomas
Beyond the embryo: providing greater recognition for the Treaty of Waitangi in the New Zealand constitution
Dunn, Nicholas Christopher
Parliamentary privilege vs constitutional supremacy: Berenger v Jeewoolal [1999] 2 MR 172
Ferrier, Duncan
Collective responsibility and the cabinet manual: New Zealand "recognises and declares" a change
Ferrier, Duncan
Restitution, the Woolwich principle and state-owned enterprises
Ganley, Marcus George Tyler
A role for Parliament in the treaty settlement process
Grau, Karen
Parliamentary sovereignty: New Zealand: new millennium
Kinley, Shane
The constitutional convention of collective responsibility: what impact will changes under coalition government have on the convention
Philpott, Juliet
Public servants and public accountability: the convention of anonymity
Rogers, Stephen
Crown entities: accountability and constitutional risk (thesis)
Shayle-George, Kirsten
P v D: a judgment [ie judgement] showing contempt for freedom of expression
Townend, Andrew
Coup de cour?: revolution and the supra-constitutional jurisdiction in Fiji
Yong, Benjamin Yu Min
The essence of common law constitutionalism: studies of judicial interpretation in context (thesis)

CONSUMER LAW

Wiseman, Rachel M
Consumer protection, the global market and the Internet

CONTRACT

McDonald, Kirsten
Termination clauses: an obligation to act reasonably?
Morgan, Paul
The Hague Convention on "Jurisdiction and Foreign Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters": how will it affect e-commerce contracts in New Zealand?

CRIMINAL LAW AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Auerbach, Ines
Do we need Section 178 Crimes Act 1961?: a comparative study of the crime of infanticide in Germany and New Zealand
Berry, Fiona
The consequences of the introduction of diminished responsibility on treatment of depressed defendants
Berry, Fiona
Recognising prisoner's rights: the physical treatment of prisoners in New Zealand
Birdling, Malcolm David
A Canadian model for criminal discovery in New Zealand?
Brobst, Jennifer A
The law protecting parental corporal punishment of children: New Zealand's legal reform options (thesis)
Girvan, Joanne Monique
"Victims speaking out": proposals for victim participation in the criminal justice system through oral victim impact statements: an analysis of the potential problems and alternatives
Inwood, Megan Jane
Home invasion: crime wave or media creation?: a study of media agenda-setting in New Zealand
Jefferson, Judith
Cyberporn: investigatory and prosecutorial issues relating to child pornography in the New Zealand context
Jefferson, Judith
The Crimes Amendment Bill (No 6): a study of a flawed legislative development process
Jenkins, Simon C
The rise and demise of R v McGregor: the influence of R v McGregor on the law of provocation in New Zealand and the United Kingdom
Jordan, Ana
Home invasion and judicial indications of inconsistency
Loveday, Jane Louise
Brothel keeping section 147 Crimes Act: an analysis of the problems of criminalisation and an examination of reform options
Meyer, Anuschka L
Violations of international humanitarian law and the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda
Niven, Peter James
NATO and international crimes in the Kosovo campaign: can Bill Clinton and Tony Blair be held criminally liable?
Peoples, W J
Police questioning (thesis)
Phillips, Jolene
Chaining the Chihauhau?: compulsory care legislation for intellectually disabled offenders
Pinny, Rachel
The Supplementary Order Paper No. 85 to the Crimes Amendment Bill (No. 6): the beginning of big browser?
Reid, James Cowie
Disordered approach, disordered consequences: examining the introduction of diminished responsibility through its likely interactions with provocation and insanity
Russell, Victoria Jane
Police diversion of young offenders (thesis)
Snelson, Julia Marie
Rough justice: incarcerated mothers, their dependent children and New Zealand's international obligations
Sutcliffe, Emma L
Mistake of law and criminal tax offences: fraud, dishonesty and the defence of officially induced error
Vernon, Ian C
Fitness to plead and the intellectually disabled defendant
Webb, Michael James
Should a person suffering from insane delusions be able to use (the defence of) self-defence against imaginary threats?

DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Kinzel, Andreas
Conflict resolution by international third parties: the Tamil-Sinhalese ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka
Matthews, Dana Bennett
The participation of children in parenting mediations

EDUCATION LAW

Mountfort, Jane
Balancing the rights of parents and children: when parents seek exemptions from compulsory elements of the educational curriculum
Schroder, Mark
Schools searching students: an analysis of student searches and the Hutt Valley Secondary Schools Drug and Alcohol Policy

ELECTORAL LAW

Atkin, Graham Mark
The Electoral Commission v Cameron: the missing link: administrative law and industry self-regulatory bodies
Dean, Miles Vaughan
The banning of public opinion polls: clause 54 of the Electoral Amendment Bill (No. 2)
Heffernan, Clare
The Electoral (Integrity) Amendment Bill 1999: an ineffective, unnecessary and undesirable bill

EMPLOYMENT LAW

Benefield, Ainsley
Finding the faith: surface bargaining and communication in the Employment Relations Act
Jerebine, Sarah
Do trade unions help or hinder the position of women in employment?
Meikle, Adrienne Claire
Putting the humanism back into the employment relationship: will fairness kill efficiency?
Oberwinter, Jens Wilhelm
The good faith concept in the Employment Relations Act 2000: possible effects on the individual employment relationship
Sutcliffe, Emma L
New Zealand unions: where have they come from and where are they going?: an overview of the changes contained in the Employment Relations Act 2000 and their effect on New Zealand unions
Uden, Jolene J D
New Zealand's history of non-compliance with ILO Conventions 87 and 98
Warden, Emma
Paid parental leave: a human rights perspective
Wong, Daniel
Who's got mail?: you or your employer?

EUROPEAN LAW

Streller, Marc
Accountability in the European Union

EVIDENCE

Birdling, Malcolm David
A Canadian model for criminal discovery in New Zealand?
Malone, Ryan
The discretion to exclude improperly obtained evidence: unfairness and beyond
Sanders, Keith C
A model for the New Zealand expert witness

FAMILY LAW

Aeschlimann, Sabine
How could family group conferences be used as decision-making forum for custody and access decisions under the Guardianship Act 1968?
Auerbach, Ines
Information meetings: a perspective for New Zealand: a study on the New Zealand Family Court, children and their adaptation to family changes
Baig, Khurram
The comparative study of Islamic family laws and New Zealand family laws
Banfield, Michelle Diane
Piecing together information about children: a proposal for a child register in New Zealand
Brobst, Jennifer A
The law protecting parental corporal punishment of children: New Zealand's legal reform options (thesis)
Griffin, Trudie
Child's right to refuse to consent to medical treatment
Loveday, Jane Louise
The right to life of conjoined twins: whose right to life should prevail, Jodie or Mary?
Matthews, Dana Bennett
The participation of children in parenting mediations
Mountfort, Jane
Balancing the rights of parents and children: when parents seek exemptions from compulsory elements of the educational curriculum
Philpott, Juliet
Custody disputes: a non-legal approach?
Rowden, Thalia
Legislating for de facto relationship property settlement: automatic versus optional coverage
Rushbrook, Emmeline J
"Guarded" guardianship rights: the guardianship status of non-partner fathers under the Guardianship Act 1968
Walker, Rachael
Immigration policy and the children born to illegal immigrants: do they stay or do they go?
Wiseman, Jessica
China's one child policy and CEDAW: a Chinese version of women's reproductive rights

GAMING LAW

Singh, Pravina
Is the regulation of Internet gambling a lost bet?

HEALTH LAW

Bornholdt, Carl D
The reform and review of health prioritisation decisions in New Zealand
Dibley, Thomas
Litigation, laws and lungs: an analysis of options available to the New Zealand government to recoup and reduce the costs of treating tobacco related illnesses
Griffin, Trudie
Child's right to refuse to consent to medical treatment
Hartley, Eve F
The proposed ban against smoking in cafés, restaurants and bars: who benefits from this?
Hintz, Carolyn
Before you accuse me, take a look at yourself: the New Zealand Government and the tobacco industry
Loveday, Jane Louise
The right to life of conjoined twins: whose right to life should prevail, Jodie or Mary?
Pearl, Kathryn Elizabeth
Information privacy and disclosure: are the rules working for mental health?
Pearl, Kathryn Elizabeth
Rights to health and property: South Africa and the HIVAIDS pandemic
Roff, Rachel Laura
Continued detention under the Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 1992: A - G v The Mental Health Review Tribunal & H
Warden, Emma
Are the guidelines for the storage, use and disposal of sperm from a deceased man an adequate clarification of the law regarding posthumous treatment of gametes in New Zealand?
Wiseman, Jessic
China's one child policy and CEDAW: a Chinese version of women's reproductive rights
Wong, Deanne Lyndsey
Disciplinary proceedings against medical practitioners: do we adopt a "one-stop-shop" approach?
Young, Susan Felicity
The patentability of Maori traditional medicine and the morality exclusion in the Patents Act 1953

HUMAN RIGHTS

Berry, Fiona
Recognising prisoner's rights: the physical treatment of prisoners in New Zealand
Feltham, Henry Julian Whitaker
An investigation into the compatibility of human rights and Buddhism
Lang, Marta Alice
Socio-economic rights unachievable for Third World peoples in the global economic order
Pearl, Kathryn Elizabeth
Rights to health and property: South Africa and the HIV AIDS pandemic
Rodger, Jessica
Defining the parameters of the non-refoulement principle
Traylor, Julia M
The Human Rights Act 1998 (UK): lessons learned from the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990?
Uden, Jolene J D
The right to freedom of physical expression and body modification: a human rights perspective
Walls, Hayley
"Gay rights special rights, inside the homosexual agenda": the demise of Section 3(3)(e) of the Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act 1993
Warden, Emma
Paid parental leave: a human rights perspective

IMMIGRATION

Walker, Rachael
Immigration policy and the children born to illegal immigrants: do they stay or do they go?

INDIGENOUS RIGHTS

Becher, Natalie
From Hawke to Rekohu: an analysis of the recommendations of the Waitangi Tribunal
Brickell, Scott
"Farewell you Pakehas! I die without a crime": the pardon of Mokomoko
Buick-Constable, John
Indigenous peoples and self-determination: contractualising sovereignty and justice in the 21st century: (thesis)
Dibley, Thomas
Beyond the embryo: providing greater recognition for the Treaty of Waitangi in the New Zealand constitution
Foster, Angela Megan
Indigenous peoples and intellectual property
Ganley, Marcus George Tyler
A role for Parliament in the treaty settlement process
Hodgson, Jessica Kate
Set in stone: the futility of discretion in the fisheries settlement
Jordan, Ana
The charitable status of Maori organisations
Ormond, Eve
Electromagnetic fields and the principles of the Treaty: a case study
Stephens, Mämari
An independent individual right to determine indigenous identity in the Draft Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous peoples
White, Dave
To settle or not to settle?: an analysis of Maori claims to petroleum
Young, Susan Felicity
The patentability of Maori traditional medicine and the morality exclusion in the Patents Act 1953

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Apathy, Paul
Napster and New Zealand: authorisation under the Copyright Act 1994
Armstrong, Daniel V W
The arguments of law, policy and practice against Swiss-type patent claims
Burns, James Robert
The effect of the WIPO Copyright Treaty on authors' rights of communication at international law
Burton, Warwick
Archives, copyright and film: an analysis of copyright for film archives
Dahmen, Anne Christina
The accommodation of new technologies to conventional copyright laws on the example of the Napster case
Des Tombe, Michael
Big gains from small claims: the patentability of expressed sequence tags
Duckworth, Kate
Can and should a trade mark owner be able to prevent parallel importing?
Foster, Angela Megan
Indigenous peoples and intellectual property
Hurrell, Hilary
Can colour ever function as a trade mark?
Jefferson, Judith
The new printing press?: can the Copyright Act 1994 respond to the challenges of Internet technologies or is legislative reform required?
Keane, Rachel Mary
<WWW.Trade-Mark.Com>: how the domain name scuffles are rocking the foundations of trade mark law
MacBean, Alexandra
The patentability of human beings: the effects of a proposed exclusion in the Patents Act 1953
McGrath, Jacey Karryn
The new breed of trade marks: sounds, smells and tastes
Morgan-Lynch, Sebastian Mathew
"Lost between garret and basement": software patents, open source and the encouragement of innovation
Radde, Silke
Droit de suite: the artist's right to a resale royalty and its implications for New Zealand
Sampson, John
The future of the fair use doctrine: will it survive the Internet age?
Schwarz, Nikolai
Recent developments in the international protection of geographical indications
Wang, Ke-en
Copyright protection in China: with comparison with the New Zealand Copyright Act 1994
Wood, Nicholas Stuart
Protecting creativity: why moral rights should be extended to sound recordings under New Zealand copyright law
Young, Susan Felicity
The patentability of Maori traditional medicine and the morality exclusion in the Patents Act 1953
Yurkowski, Rachel A
Is Hyde Park hiding the truth?: the real story behind the public interest defence to copyright infringement

INTERNATIONAL LAW

Ballard, Joseph Peter
The Security Council and humanitarian intervention: the necessity and challenges of an expanding role
Burns, James Robert
The effect of the WIPO Copyright Treaty on authors' rights of communication at international law
Kinzel, Andreas
Conflict resolution by international third parties: the Tamil-Sinhalese ethnic conflict in Sri Lanka
Lang, Marta Alice
Socio-economic rights unachievable for Third World peoples in the global economic order
McRae, Peter R
The search for meaning: continuing problems with the interpretation of treaties
Meyer, Anuschka L
Violations of international humanitarian law and the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda
Morel, Benjamin
Case note: Southern Bluefin Tuna dispute
Niven, Peter James
NATO and international crimes in the Kosovo campaign: can Bill Clinton and Tony Blair be held criminally liable?
Reid, James Cowie
The protection of the environment in armed conflict: an examination through the looking glass of New Zealand's international obligations
Rodger, Jessica
Colonial relic or dynamic organisation?: the Commonwealth of Nations and conflict resolution
Schwarz, Nikolai
Recent developments in the international protection of geographical indications
Setyaki, Agus H
Human rights violations in East Timor after the referendum: the militias' actions
Setyaki, Agus H
Violations in East Timor: does it need an international tribunal?

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Cameron, Alastair
The public law implication of CER, CEP and the WTO agreements: New Zealand's free trade agreements as an illustration of New Zealand's state sovereignty redefined in an interconnected world
Shah, Krishn A M
Facilitating international transactions through documentary credits without documents

INTERNET

Hubbard, Dmitri M A
Internet regulation: can government intervene to improve access and usage
Jefferson, Judith
Cyberporn: investigatory and prosecutorial issues relating to child pornography in the New Zealand context
Jefferson, Judith
The new printing press?: can the Copyright Act 1994 respond to the challenges of Internet technologies or is legislative reform required?
Singh, Pravina
Is the regulation of Internet gambling a lost bet?
Srisuriyanyothin, Ruangchai
The securities transfers in New Zealand and stock trading on the Internet
Whittle, Damin Paul
Territorial jurisdiction vs the Internet: are court orders restricting the publication of information ineffective in the 21st century?
Wiseman, Rachel M
Consumer protection, the global market and the Internet

JUDGES

Young, Allison
Silence is not golden: the judiciary and freedom of expression off the bench

JURISPRUDENCE

Yong, Benjamin Yu Min
The essence of common law constitutionalism: studies of judicial interpretation in context (thesis)

LAW AND SOCIAL POLICY

Finlay, Teresa
Hardship for unemployed students: restricting students' eligibility for the community wage during summer

LEGAL AID

Smith, Heath Daniel
Legal aid: an examination of the government's response to the current financial crisis

LEGAL HISTORY

Agnew, Peter
English witchcraft and the secular courts 1542-1736 (thesis)
Brickell, Scott
“Farewell you Pakehas! I die without a crime”: the pardon of Mokomoko
Moreland, Jane Louise
The women are behind it all?: women's influence on social policy legislation in New Zealand 1898 - 1999

LEGAL PROFESSION

Ferris, Lisa M
Multidisciplinary practices (MDPs): the case for a diluted approach to the duty of loyalty
Macintyre-Daly, Arnikka
Practicing or practising?: the identification of lawyer competence in New Zealand

LITERATURE AND THE LAW

Poirier, Genevieve
A void in law, a voice in literature: a discussion of Alias Grace as a law and literature text

MEDIA LAW

Alderdice, Joanna
Privacy and the Internet: how to rescue the fly from the tangled web?
Baber, Catherine Hannah
Efficacy of the Broadcasting Standards Authority in determining privacy complaints
Basile, Janine Alexandria
The Press Council: is it an effective control on New Zealand print media
Carter, J Nicole
The Kiwi telecommunications obligation: which way forward?
Coleman, Jedediah Lang
Lange and qualified privilege: one issue is settled, many more are raised
Gifford, Susan
Reporting on suicide and how not to do it
Hosie, Cameron
Vickery v McLean: an illogical limitation of qualified privilege?
Hutchinson, Megan
Public service broadcasting: can New Zealand educate, entertain and inform its people better?
Inwood, Megan Jane
Home invasion: crime wave or media creation?: a study of media agenda-setting in New Zealand
Laidlaw, Anais Kedgley
Lange 2000: a media perspective
Kember, Sarah Margaret
Advertising: a real risk to children?
Laidlaw, Anais Kedgley
Lange 2000: a media perspective
McLean, Kathryn
Dr Fahey's fifteen minutes of fame: ensuring appropriate protection against the New Zealand media's use of hidden cameras
Sanders, Keith C
From Goebbels to the Gulf and beyond: the effect on the news media of wartime propaganda in the second half of the 20th century
Tannahill, Paul R
Honk honk or pheep pheep: the Protected Disclosures Act 2000, the plight of whistleblowers and the media
Walls, Hayley
"Gay rights special rights, inside the homosexual agenda": the demise of Section 3(3)(e) of the Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act 1993
Wong, Daniel
The telecommunications revolution and its effect on the Kiwi Share
Wood, Nicholas Stuart
Protecting creativity: why moral rights should be extended to sound recordings under New Zealand copyright law

NATURAL RESOURCES

Buchanan, Kelly
The Arrigato case: protecting coastal landscapes and amenity values under the Resource Management Act 1991
Hodgson, Jessica Kate
Set in stone: the futility of discretion in the fisheries settlement
Lang, Marta Alice
The purpose of New Zealand's Fisheries Act 1996: utilisation, sustainability and the needs of future generations
Morel, Benjamin
Case note: Southern Bluefin Tuna dispute
Morrison, Kris
Social policy, legitimate expectations and the termination of beech logging on the West Coast
Preston, John Alfred
Government intervention in the electricity industry
Smith, Martin Craig
The precautionary principle and the Fisheries Act 1996
White, Dave
To settle or not to settle?: an analysis of Maori claims to petroleum

PACIFIC LAW

Townend, Andrew
Coup de cour?: revolution and the supra-constitutional jurisdiction in Fiji

PRIVACY

Alderdice, Joanna
Privacy and the Internet: how to rescue the fly from the tangled web?
Baber, Catherine Hannah
Efficacy of the Broadcasting Standards Authority in determining privacy complaints
Johnston, Matthew Khan
Video surveillance of the home in New Zealand: existing forms of legal protection and the need for reform
Keeper, Trish
Blowing the whistle on the Protected Disclosures Act 2000
Morgan-Lynch, Sebastian Mathew
"Hands off the cookies!!": the web, cookies and the Privacy Act 1993
Newland, Kristy A
When public facts become private: unravelling the tort of invasion of privacy's 'private fact' requirement
Pearl, Kathryn Elizabeth
Information privacy and disclosure: are the rules working for mental health?
Pinny, Rachel
The Supplementary Order Paper No. 85 to the Crimes Amendment Bill (No. 6): the beginning of big browser?
Reid, Jenna
Surreptitious recording: is it a matter of privacy?: a case note on Harder v Proceedings Commissioner
Shayle-George, Kirsten
P v D: a judgment [ie judgement] showing contempt for freedom of expression
Tannahill, Paul R
Honk honk or pheep pheep: the Protected Disclosures Act 2000, the plight of whistleblowers and the media

PROCEDURE

Holland, Christopher
Intervention in litigation in New Zealand: interveners and amici curiae in the Court of Appeal

PROPERTY LAW

Connolly, Shaun
Lease inducements: the trans-Tasman conflict

RESTITUTION

Ferrier, Duncan
Restitution, the Woolwich principle and state-owned enterprises
Francis, Kim Charles
Proprietary claims to payments under a mistake

STATUTORY INTERPRETATION

Hodgson, Jessica Kate
An act to bind the Crown: a critique of the presumption that statutes do not apply to the Crown

TAX

Cheng, Pak Ham Vivian
Taxpayer conscious involvement and knowledge as a limitation of scope of the general anti-avoidance provision: an examination of the BNZI case
Chey, Andrew J
The Income Tax Act 1994 and charitable organisations
Connolly, Shaun
The treatment of gifts by the legal concept of income for tax purposes
Corner, Helen
Traders granting credit: can taxpayers rely on their financial accounts?
Johnston, David G
How bare must a bare trust be?: determining the correct approach to the taxation of the bare trust
Nelson, Ross
The scope and effect of section 99: Commissioner of Inland Revenue v BNZ Investments Ltd.
Sutcliffe, Emma L
Mistake of law and criminal tax offences: fraud, dishonesty and the defence of officially induced error
Tzvetinova, Elena
What is the doctrine of fiscal nullity?: an attempt to reconcile the House of Lords decisions in MacNiven v Westmoreland and Furniss v Dawson
Whimp, Matthew Peter
Incentives for research and development: a comparative economic analysis of tax incentives and grants

TORTS

Bunting, Matthew
Corporate defamation plaintiffs: an undesirable and unnecessary anomaly
Carter, David Bernard
Why not negligence?: what direction should the New Zealand Court of Appeal take in respect of Rylands v Fletcher?
Coleman, Jedediah Lang
Lange and qualified privilege: one issue is settled, many more are raised
Corner, Helen
Traders granting credit: can taxpayers rely on their financial accounts?
Dixon, Garlyn
Cracks in the foundation: a critical analysis of judicial reasoning and the discoverability rule in sexual abuse cases
Geuther, Thomas
The search for principle: the government's liability in negligence for the careless exercise of its statutory powers
Giles, Brendon Daniel
Civil liability for prospectus misstatements: should the Fair Trading Act apply?
Griffin, Trudie
The egg-shell skull principle and the accident insurance scheme
Hosie, Cameron
Vickery v McLean: an illogical limitation of qualified privilege?
Laidlaw, Anais Kedgley
Lange 2000: a media perspective
Newland, Kristy A
When public facts become private: unravelling the tort of invasion of privacy's 'private fact' requirement
Saunders, Katharine Louisa
Chocosuisse: the new 'extended extended' passing off: discussion of recent developments to the tort of passing off including analysis of an 'unclean hands' defence, a new distinctiveness standard and use of passing off to protect geographical indicators
Scott, Rebecca S L
Liability for psychiatric injury in New Zealand
Thompson, Rhonda
The tortious liability of the one-person company director

TRANSPORT

Murphy, Diana
Improving vehicle transport for a better environment in New Zealand

WELFARE LAW

Moreland, Jane Louise
The women are behind it all?: women's influence on social policy legislation in New Zealand 1898 - 1999


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