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NZLII: 2022 Donations

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Thanks to our existing contributors

NZLII's 2021 contributors included 5 organisations and individuals from the legal profession, 1 universities and academic institutions, 1 Government agencies, 0 organisations from business and industry, 0 Courts, Tribunals and regulators, and many other small contributors.

NZLII thanks all those organisations and individuals that provide it with funding, data and other assistance.

NZLII's contributors - an invitation to join us

NZLII is a free-access service which is not funded by usage charges or advertisements. Contributors from a wide range of organisations and individuals who have an interest in facilitating access to legal information fund NZLII. By broadening its range of contributors, NZLII aims to lighten the burden on any particular organisation or individual of funding access to legal information.

New contributors are welcome. Organisations and individuals from the legal profession, courts, tribunals and regulators, universities, business, government and others are invited to become NZLII "contributors" by making whatever funding contribution they consider is appropriate. Their contributions will be recognised on this page and by other means, unless anonymity is preferred. Enquiries should be addressed to NZLII , or you can use our contribution form.

For online donations by credit card please use our online form.

NZLII funding sources - by value

A number of organisations and individuals have contributed valuable funding assistance to NZLII to continue its development. Listed below are NZLII's current funding sources.

[NZ Council for Law Reporting]$30,000$30,000
[University of Otago]$15,000$15,000
Auckland Council$5,000$5,000
Borrin Foundation----------$5,000
Senior Member of the judiciary$300$2,500
Russell McVeagh$2,090----------
Ed Willis$1,500----------
Juno Legal----------$1,150
James Meager$1,100$1,165
Labour History Project$1,000----------
Lee Salmon Long$1,000----------
Monique van Alphen Fyfe$1,000----------
Simon Schofield----------$1,000
Anonymous Contributors$2,935$1,600 In 2022, 6 anonymous contributors have assisted with funding NZLII.
Contributors under $1,000$9,780$5890 2022 Contributors: Tom Cleary ($750); André Brett ($500); Michael Heron ($500); Queenstown Lakes District Council ($500); Steph Dhryberg ($500); Watermark Employment Law Ltd ($500); Alan Liddell ($350); TG Legal Services Ltd ($350); Polly Pope ($280); Chris Patterson ($250); Cygnus Law ($250); D C Webster ($250); David Bullock ($250); M Mortimer ($250); N L Walker ($250); Scott Barker ($250); Terra Aqua Consultants Limited ($250); Ben Prewett ($200); Elana Geddis ($200); Mark von Dadelszen ($200); Nicollette Levy ($200); Natale Wham ($150); Legal AF Limited ($125); A C Hughes ($120); Andrew Ecclestone ($100); Cassey Kenworthy ($100); Chris LaHatte ($100); Gareth Richards ($100); Gwynn Compton ($100); Jane Costigan ($100); John Hamlin ($100); M Littlewood ($100); Matthew Dodd ($100); Stephen Layburn ($100); Susan D’Ath ($100); Xavier Valient ($100); Michelle de Villiers ($75); Cameron Sherwood ($50); Luke Ameye ($50); M Nash ($50); Nadine M ($50); Natalie Wham ($50); Stephen Young ($50); C Davies ($40); Jack Marshall ($40); Alister Hughes ($30); Brendon Courtney ($25); Fergus Whyte ($25); Jonathan Charlton ($25); Jordan Boyle ($25); Kate Tarawhiti ($25); Michelle De Villiers ($25); Sam French ($25); Sasha Dolby ($25); Tim Little ($25); Alarna Sharratt ($20); Anonymous ($20); M P Sharpe ($20); Mike Edison ($20); Sarah Armstrong ($20); Elizabeth Gambrill ($15); Greg Robins ($10); Rodela Malazarte ($10); Trunelle Massyn ($10); .

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