24 Waikato L. Rev. [i] (2016)

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                 WAIKATO



                             LAW



                     REVIEW



                              TAUMAURI


                          VOLUME 24, 2016




Mihi and Tribute to Matiu Dickson                                            v
Judge Craig Coxhead
Introduction and Dedication to Matiu Dickson                                viii
Linda Te Aho and Gay Morgan
Has the New Zealand Criminal Justice System Been Compromised? [Harkness Henry Lecture] 1
Sir Ron Young
Closing Geographical Distances: The value of a New Zealand perspective
on the Admission Policy of a Native Hawaiian School                          14
Dr Keakaokawai Varner Hemi
First Laws: The Challenge and Promise of Teaching Indigenous Laws
in Australian Law Schools                                                   43
Brooke Greenwood
Miori Rights to Freshwater: The Three Conceptual Models of Indigenous Rights     58
Andrew Erueti
A Freshwater Allocation to Iwi: Is It Possible under the Resource Management Act 1991?  81
Lara Burkhardt
The Utilisation of Law Commission Reports                                   97
Sir Grant Hammond
The Commissioner of Inland Revenue's Statutory Duty to Collect the Highest Net Revenue  108
Joel Manyam
Homeless Youths' Street Families in Aotearoa New Zealand's Youth Justice System  124
Selwyn Fraser
Proposals to Address Privacy Violations and Surveillance by Unmanned Aerial Systems  142
Andrew V Shelley
Book Review: Handbook of Indigenous Peoples' Rights                         171
Linda Te Aho

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