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Otago Yearbook of Legal Research (OYLR) 2009 contents


Natalie CoatesMe Mau Nga Ringa Maori I Nga Rakaua Te Pakeha? Should Maori Customary Law be Incorporated into Legislation?
Daniel EyreCorporate and Catholic? A Critique of Corporate Law Based on the Principles of Catholic Social Teaching"
Heidi GrayInequality in Equal Division: Embracing a Canadian Approach to Remedy Economic Inequality Upon Relationship Breakdown
Ricky HannAn Accident Waiting to Happen: Criminal Liability When Death Occurs During Participation in Adventure Sports in New Zealand
Matthew HarropSomething for Nothing: Copyright, ISP Liability and P2P File Sharing
Holly HedleyDoctoring in the Digital Age: A Discussion of Potential Regulatory Solutions for International Telemedicine in New Zealand
Alice IrvingMethamphetamine, Psychosis and the Insanity Defence
Honor LanhamWalk the Plank: Somali Pirates and International Law
Alex LatuA Public/Private Power Play: How to Approach the Question of the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990’s Direct Application Under Section 3(b)?
Joshua McGettiganBurying Climate Change Underneath the Ground: A Carbon Capture and Storage Regulatory Framework for New Zealand
Cecilia MilneLegal Professional Privilege and the ‘Copy Document Conundrum’
Kate MuirheadMedicine for the Soul: Should the Code of Health and Disability Services Consumers’ Rights Apply to Christian Healing Practices?
Hannah MusgraveWhat Makes Race So Special? Should hate speech provisions under the Human Rights Act 1993 be extended to cover target groups other than race?
Emma PeartContracts for Land: The Writing Requirement and the Equitable Exception
Megan RobertsThe Continuing Saga of Swiss-Type Claims: Their Scope and Potential Applicability to Pharmacogenomics
Elizabeth RutherfordFunding Fair Play In Action Monetary Remedies In Judicial Review
Rupert ShermanCaught in Limbo: The Palestinian Authority and the Misunderstood State in International Law
Sarah WatsonA corporate bombshell for New Zealand? The Australian High Court case Sons of Gwalia v Margaretic
Anthony WicksA Private Law Issue in “Public Law Drag?”: Government Contract Award Processes and Judicial Review in New Zealand