17 Waikato L. Rev. [i] (2009)

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VOLUME 17, 2009
Chipping Away at the Judicial Arm?                                           1
The Hon Justice John Priestley
Confusing Contract and Tort When Measuring Damages for a
Seller's Conversion of Goods Sold                                           25
Nicholas Curwen
Settlement and Reform of the Civil Justice System: How Settlement is
Changing the Practice of Law                                                38
Les Arthur and Brendan Cullen
Civil and Professional Liability for Will Making and Estate Planning -
A New Standard for Australian Solicitors?                                   52
Tina Cockburn and Barbara Hamilton
Re-Creating Legal Space for the First Law of Aotearoa-New Zealand           74
Dr Robert Joseph
Ethical Investment in Superannuation Funds; Can it Occur Without Breaching
Traditional Trust Principles?                                               98
Doug Tennent
Case Comment: 'Michael' v Registrar-General of Births, Deaths and Marriages  115
Professor Nan Seuffert
Case Note: Winther v Housing New Zealand Corporation                       121
Thomas Gibbons
Book Review: The Treaty of Waitangi in New Zealand's Law and Constitution  126
Morn6 Olivier
Book Review: In the Footsteps of Ethel Benjamin New Zealand's First Woman Lawyer  131
Sue Tappenden

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