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Legal Issues Centre | Publications

Toy-Cronin, B., Irvine, B., Stewart, K. and Henaghan, M. (2017) The Wheels of Justice: Understanding the Pace of Civil High Court Cases. University of Otago Legal Issues Centre. [Download PDF 1.326 Mb]

Forster, W., Barraclough, T. and Mijatov, T. (22 May 2017) Solving the Problem: Causation, transparency and access to justice in New Zealand's personal injury system. [PDF 4.17MB and Appendices]

Toy-Cronin, B. (2017). A defence of the right to litigate in person. Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 37(1), 238-254. 

Robson, S. (2017). Policy, Operations and Outcomes in the New Zealand Employment Jurisdiction 1990-2008 (Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy). University of Otago. 

Toy-Cronin, B. (2016). I ain't no fool: Deciding to litigate in person in the civil courts. New Zealand Law Review, 4, 723-754.

Toy-Cronin, B. (2016). Counsel's tables? Seating counsel and litigants-in-person in the courtroom. New Zealand Law Journal, 4, 148-151.

Toy-Cronin, B. (2016). From litigator to researcher: The burdens and benefits of moving between the profession and the academy. International Journal of the Legal Profession. Advance online publication. 

Toy-Cronin, B., Billington, J., Smith, M. and Dixit, K. (2016). New Business Models. Discussion paper prepared for the New Zealand Bar Association, Access to Justice Working Group. [Download PDF 217 KB ]

Toy-Cronin, B. (2016). Just an hour of your time? LawTalk 24 March 2016. 

Acclaim Otago (July 2015). Understanding the Problem: An analysis of ACC appeals processes to identify barriers to access to justice for injured New Zealanders. [Download PDF 4.53 MB]

Toy-Cronin, B. A. (2015). Keeping up appearances: Accessing New Zealand's civil courts as a litigant in person (PhD). University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. 

Cornes, R. (February 2014). Submission on the Judicature Modernisation Bill to the Justice & Electoral Committee of the New Zealand Parliament. [Download PDF 173 KB]

Economdies, K. (2014). Socio-Legal Studies in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Journal of Law and Society, 41, 257-282. 

Stewart, K., & Toy-Cronin, B. (2018). The New Zealand Legal Services Mapping Project: Finding Free and Low-Cost Legal Services Pilot Report (Civil Justice Insight Series).

Righarts, S. and Henaghan, M. (2010). Public Perceptions of the New Zealand Court System: An Empirical Approach to Law Reform. Otago Law Review, 12(2), 329-343. [Download PDF 764 KB]