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Vol 25, No 2 December 2012


Justice for Victims of Inquiry: the Influence of New Zealand’s Accident Compensation Scheme on the Civil and Criminal Law
Simon Connell

Is New Zealand Ready for a Marbury v Madison Moment?
Max Harris

Medical Privilege and Court-Ordered Psychiatric Reports           
John Dawson

Re-defining Learning Outcomes: A Case for the Assessment of Skills and Competencies in a Law Degree
Peter Devonshire and Ian Brailsford

The Two Faces of Fair Use
Graeme W Austin

The Generic Tax Policy Process: A “Jewel in our Policy Formation Crown”?
Peter Vial

The Scope of the Tax Evasion Offences in section 143b of the Tax Administration Act 1994
James Mullineux

Statutory Derivative Actions in Australia and New Zealand: What We can Learn from Each Other?
Lang Thai and Matt Berkahn


Access to Information

Tugendhat and Christie's the Law of Privacy and the Media

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