18 Auckland U. L. Rev. [i] (2012)

handle is hein.journals/auck18 and id is 1 raw text is: 2012                                      Te Mata Koi
Vol 18                         Auckland University
LAW REVIEW
SPECIAL FEATURE
An Interview with the Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG by
the Rt Hon Sir Edmund Thomas on Judicial Activism
ALUMNI SYMPOSIUM 2011
Access to Youth Justice in New Zealand: The Very Good, the
Good, the Bad and the Ugly
- Judge Andrew Becroft
Access to Justice from the Perspective of the Commercial
Community: Judicial Specialisation
- John Katz QC
Review of Developments in Employment Law
- Professor Margaret Wilson
ARTICLES
Through the Looking Glass: Renvoi in the New Zealand
Context
- Rina See
The Third Source of Authority for Government Action
Misconceived
Jeff Simpson
Unexpected Contracts versus Unexpected Remedies:
The Conceptual Basis of the Undisclosed Principal Doctrine
- Ania Lang
SU VJudicial Restraint When Reviewing Health Care
O  AUKLN                    Rationing Decisions: A Healthy Approach?
NEW ZEALAND               - Rachael Baillie
Methodology in Legal Theory: Finnis and His Critics
- Matthew Hill
Creating Refuge in Hell: The Coming of Age of Safe Areas for
the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict
- Wilson Chun Hei Chau
Margin Squeezing: The Superfluous Fancy Phrase of
New Zealand Competition Law
- Bradley Aburn
KO NGA TAKE TURE MAORI
M~iori Rights and Customary International Law
- Kiri Toki
COMMENTARY AND ANALYSIS
Case Notes
Legislation Note
Book Reviews

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