15 Waikato L. Rev. [i] (2007)

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VOLUME 15, 2007
The Evolution of Treaty Jurisprudence                                                            1
The Hon Justice David Baragwanath
Improving the Quality of Legislation - The Legislation Advisory Committee,
The Legislation Design Committee and What Lies Beyond?                                          12
Rt Hon Sir Geoffrey Palmer
The Winds of Change Hit the Legal Profession                                                    23
Professor John H Farrar
Where There is a Will, There is a Way - A New Wills Act for New Zealand                         26
Nicola Peart
Property Law in the South Island High Country - Statutory, Not Common Law Leases                48
John Page and Ann Brower
Using E-Portfolio to Enable Equity Students to Reflect On and Document Their Skill Development  64
ina Cockburn, Tracey Carver, Melinda Shirley and lyla Davies
Copyright Law, Designs Law, and the Protection of Public Art and Works on Public Display        78
Anna Kingsbury
An Examination of Medical and Legal Issues in the Struggle of New Zealand
Sawmill Workers and ACC Cover for PCP Poisoning                                                 95
Bernhard Kreber
What Constitutes a Joint Venture Company?                                                      120
Thomas Gibbons
Contemporary Issues in M.ori Law and Society Crown Forests,
Climate Change, and Consultation - Towards More Meaningful Relationships                       138
Linda Te Aho
The Contribution of the New Zealand Refugee Status Appeals Authority to
International Refugee Jurisprudence: A Submission to Both Acknowledge the
Contribution of the Authority and to Advocate for its Retention                                160
Doug Tennent
Distinguishing Elias CJ from 'Radical Mjori', with Sophocles' Antigone as an Analogical Source  190
Richard Dawson
Shareholders - Fiction, Rights, and Remedies                                                   212
Philip Gardyne
Privatisation of Labour Standards Under Corporate Social Responsibility and Social Reporting in New Zealand 240
Durgeshree D. Raman
Book Review: Electronic Evidence: Disclosure, Discovery and Admissibility                      257
Brenda Midson

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