About New Zealand Universities
The New Zealand Universities Law Review was established
in 1963. It is widely regarded as New Zealand's premier law review
and enjoys a strong international reputation.
The New Zealand Universities Law Review is published in hard copy in
June and December each year by Thomson Reuters.
Each issue contains refereed articles and book reviews. Articles on a wide variety of subjects are published,
although preference is given to articles on or that have relevance to New Zealand law, general principles of
common law, and international law. Every issue since 1997 is also available on Westlaw. Articles attract advanced
Editorial responsibility is shared among the six New Zealand University Law Schools.
In 2022–2023, editorial responsibility rests with the University of Otago. Potential
contributors are kindly requested to send all correspondence and article submissions
via e-mail to the General Editor, Professor Ceri Warnock, at
The New Zealand Universities Law Review is published on behalf of the Editorial Board,
which comprises the Deans of the Law Faculties of New Zealand.
Copyright of contributions in the New Zealand Universities Law Review is vested jointly in the publisher
and individual contributors, and permission to reuse is required from both. Applications may be
made in the first instance to the New Zealand Universities Law Review Production Editor at Thomson Reuters,
Erin Donohue-Logan at firstname.lastname@example.org.