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    Prof Stephen Todd on Torts 15 June 2016

  • Promoting legal research and education

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  • The Implications of Clayton v Clayton

    23 June 2016, Auckland

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    Hon Justice Paul Heath

    President

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    Bernard Brown

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    I am proud to have been involved with the LRF since its inception in 1965, and have watched it grow from very small beginnings as a student organisation into a highly regarded, prominent law reform body. We hope you enjoyed the biennial quiz in October 2014 - it was the best one yet!

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    Executive Secretary

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    Join members and friends at the LRF AGM on Tuesday 21 June at Old Government House in Auckland, and dinner afterwards at Wine Chambers. Winners of the annual LRF Writing Awards will be announced at...

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