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Associate Professor Selene Mize

staff_large_mize_seleneBSc (Northwestern) JD (Stanford)

Research Interests

Legal Ethics, Civil Liberties, Negotiation, Mediation, Media Law, Law and Psychology.

Contact

Tel: +64 3 479 8853
Office: 9th Floor - 9N3
Email: selene.mize@otago.ac.nz

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Publications

Mize, S. (2017). Director of Human Rights Proceedings v Goodrum [2002] NZHRRT 13: Judgement. In E. McDonald, R. Powell, M. Stephens & R. Hunter (Eds.), Feminist judgements of Aotearoa New Zealand: Te Rino: A two-stranded rope. (pp. 271-285). Oxford, UK: Hart.

Mize, S. E. (2017). New Zealand: Finding the balance between self-regulation and government oversight. In A. Boon (Ed.), International perspectives on the regulation of lawyers and legal services. (pp. 115-138). Oxford, UK: Hart.

Mize, S., & Warbrick, P. (2017). Dealing with challenges that arise when lawyer and client are from different cultures. New Zealand Family Law Journal, 9, 56-66.

Mize, S. (2017). Effective client interviewing. New Zealand Family Law Journal, 9(3), 44-50.

Mize, S. (2017). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 9, 321-322.

Chapter in Book - Research

Mize, S. (2017). Director of Human Rights Proceedings v Goodrum [2002] NZHRRT 13: Judgement. In E. McDonald, R. Powell, M. Stephens & R. Hunter (Eds.), Feminist judgements of Aotearoa New Zealand: Te Rino: A two-stranded rope. (pp. 271-285). Oxford, UK: Hart.

Mize, S. E. (2017). New Zealand: Finding the balance between self-regulation and government oversight. In A. Boon (Ed.), International perspectives on the regulation of lawyers and legal services. (pp. 115-138). Oxford, UK: Hart.

Mize, S. (2008). From Goldstein to the Burger King babes: People issues in advertising. In U. Cheer (Ed.), The real deal! Essays in law and advertising. (pp. 109-159). Christchurch, New Zealand: Centre for Commercial & Corporate Law, School of Law, University of Canterbury.

Mize, S., & Arthur, L. (2007). Negotiation. In P. Spiller (Ed.), Dispute resolution in New Zealand. (2nd ed.) (pp. 19-68). Oxford University Press.

Mize, S. E., Dawson, J. B., & Peart, N. S. (2003). Privacy and access to information. In J. Dawson & N. Peart (Eds.), The law of research: A guide. (pp. 81-104). Dunedin: University of Otago Press.

Mize, S. E. (2003). Non-disclosing and deceptive research designs. In J. Dawson & N. Peart (Eds.), The law of research: a guide. (pp. 253-267). Dunedin: University of Otago Press.

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Journal - Research Article

Mize, S., & Warbrick, P. (2017). Dealing with challenges that arise when lawyer and client are from different cultures. New Zealand Family Law Journal, 9, 56-66.

Mize, S. (2017). Effective client interviewing. New Zealand Family Law Journal, 9(3), 44-50.

Mize, S. (2013). Is it the lecturer's job to instill values in students? Akoranga, 9, 12-15.

Mize, S. (2011). Mandatory reporting of trustee misconduct? New Zealand Law Journal, 2, 57-59.

Mize, S. (2010). Solicitors' duty of disclosure. New Zealand Law Journal, 9, 333-336.

Mize, S. E. (2009). Should the lawyer's duty to keep confidences override the duty to disclose material information to a client? Legal Ethics, 12(2), 171-205.

Mize, S. (2009). Clint Rickards' certificate of character. New Zealand Law Journal, 3, 89-90.

Mize, S. (2009). The cost of unethical conduct. New Zealand Law Journal, 8, 308-310.

Mize, S. (2009). An update on the law relating to pregnant and breastfeeding employees. Mosaic, 21(3), 15-20.

Mize, S. (2007). Indirect discrimination reconsidered. New Zealand Law Review, 27-79.

Mize, S. (2006). Resolving cases of conflicting rights under the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 22(1), 50-75.

Mize, S. (2005). Is deception in negotiating unprofessional? New Zealand Law Journal, (July), 245-248.

Mize, S. E. (2002). Counselling mothers with custody and access problems. Mosaic, 14(3), 11-14.

Mize, S. (1995). The word 'dog' never bit anyone: The tobacco advertising ban and freedom of expression. Otago Law Review, 8(3), 425-432.

Mize, S. (1988). A critique of a proposal by radical feminists to censor pornography because of its sexist message. Otago Law Review, 6, 589-614.

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Journal - Research Other

Mize, S. (2017). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 9, 321-322.

Mize, S. (2017). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 6, 212.

Mize, S. (2017). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 8, 292.

Mize, S. (2016). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 2, 65-66.

Mize, S. (2014). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 9, 342-343.

Mize, S. (2014). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 6, 223.

Mize, S. (2013). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 9, 338-339.

Mize, S. (2013). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 6, 228.

Mize, S. (2013). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 3, 91.

Mize, S. (2013). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 2, 62.

Mize, S. (2012). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 9, 310-312.

Mize, S., & Haller, L. (2012). Not dead yet: Correspondents' Report from Australia and New Zealand. Legal Ethics, 15(1), 142-144. doi: 10.5235/146072812801292773

Mize, S. (2012). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 3, 98.

Mize, S. (2011). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 3, 95-96.

Mize, S. (2011). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 5, 170-171.

Mize, S. (2010). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 3, 103-104.

Mize, S. (2010). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 8, 302.

Mize, S. (2010). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 2, 74-75.

Mize, S. (2010). Legal ethics [Student companion]. New Zealand Law Journal, 9, 341-342.

Mize, S. (2008). [Review of the book Inside lawyers' ethics]. Otago Law Review, 11(4), 729-732.

Mize, S. (2004). The law relating to pregnant and breastfeeding employees. Mosaic, 16(2), 21-25.

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Full paper

Mize, S. (2009). Was he being a good lawyer? A scene from Boston Legal. Proceedings of the National Institute for Teaching Ethics and Professionalism Fall Workshop. Retrieved from http://law.gsu.edu/niftep/f09workshop.html

Mize, S. E. M. (1996). Cameras in the courtroom: will television trials educate the public or create injustice? The 1996 New Zealand Law Conference: Papers. (pp. 118-131). Dunedin: New Zealand Law Society. [Full Paper]

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Conference Contribution - Published proceedings: Abstract

Mize, S. (2017). Control the classroom or empower learners? Proceedings of the Talking Teaching Conference. Retrieved from https://akoacademy.ac.nz/programme

Mize, S. (2017). Should non-lawyer advocates in New Zealand be subject to regulation? Proceedings of the 6th Australian and New Zealand Legal Ethics Colloquium (ANZLEC VI). (pp. 8-9). Retrieved from https://www.anzlec.com/programme/

Mize, S. (2017). Flipping legal ethics. Proceedings of the Legal Education Conference: Research in Legal Education: State of the Art? Retrieved from http://www.legaledconference.law.unsw.edu.au/program

Mize, S. (2010). Not just a qualification: Getting students to integrate what they learn into their lives. Proceedings of the Ako Aotearoa Academy of Tertiary Teaching Excellence Symposium. Retrieved from http://akoaotearoa.ac.nz/node/20/group-category-resources/5743

Mize, S. (2006). What's loyalty got to do with it? What's loyalty, but a second-hand emotion? Proceedings of the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy Annual Conference: The Common Law and the International Society for Legal Ethics: Professional Ethics and Personal Integrity. Retrieved from http://www.stanford.edu/group/lawlibrary/cgi-bin/iaole/wordpress/conferences/

Mize, S. (2006). Some options for improving students' exam-taking technique. In R. Spronken-Smith (Ed.), Proceedings of the Spotlight on Teaching at Otago Conference. (pp. 13). Dunedin, New Zealand: HEDC, University of Otago. [Abstract]

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