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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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Register now for a lecture on Wednesday 15 June by New Zealand Law Review regular contributor on tort law, Professor Stephen Todd.
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Our purpose is to promote legal research and education in New Zealand and we achieve this in several ways. Not only do we publish the New Zealand Law Review, we also organise conferences on topical issues for the legal community, invest in a visiting scholar programme and hold annual writing awards.
Coming up we have a lecture by Prof Stephen Todd, NZ Law Review author on tort law, and a seminar on The Implications of Clayton v Clayton.
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...
The latest issue features updates in recent law in the areas of Insurance (Neil Campbell QC) and Constitutional Law (Professor Philip Joseph), along with several articles. Click here to find out more.