23 Waikato L. Rev. [i] (2015)

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                WAIKATO



                            LAW



                    REVIEW



                            TAUMAURI


                         VOLUME 23, 2015



The Vision and the Reality: Reflections on the Evolving Role of the New Zealand
Coroner in 2015 [Harkness Henry Lecture]                                 1
Judge Neil MacLean, QSO
Why Problem-Solving Cooperative Strategies Are Necessary to Achieve the Goals
of Reforms to the Civil Justice System                                  22
Les Arthur
Illegality in the Underlying Transaction: A Defence to Dishonouring Letters of Credit?  34
Dr Zhixiong Liao
Legal Professional Privilege and New Zealand's Taxation Law             56
Joel Manyam
Constitutional Cookbook: Seeking Palatable Ingredients for Constitutional Reform
in New Zealand                                                          82
Gay Morgan
The Making of Lawyers: Expectations and Experiences of First-Year New Zealand
Law Students                                                            112
Lynne Taylor, Ursula Cheer, Natalie Baird, John Caldwell and Debra Wilson
Your Digital Identity and Assets are Important. So What Can You Do to Protect Them?  151
Carey Church
Female Genital Cutting: A New Way Forward                              168
Katie Clayton-Greene
Case Comment: Re Family First New Zealand                              186
Juliet Chevalier-Watts
Book Review: Employment Law in New Zealand                             190
Linda Hasan-Stein

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