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  • Editors’ introduction

    Rumbles, Wayne (Faculty of Law, The University of Waikato, 2011)
    I am pleased to present the second issue of the Waikato Law Review for 2011. This special issue draws together a number of articles which were developed from papers presented at the Justice in the Round: Perspectives from ...
  • Sharing the basket: Delivery options for Te Mātāpunenga

    Rumbles, Wayne (University of Waikato School of Law, 2010)
    This chapter explores some of the options to achieve delivery of Te Mātāpunenga to these end users and briefly identifies some issues to be considered. Te Mātāpunenga has had a long gestation and has been the topic of ...
  • A short history of Te Mātāhauariki Research Institute

    Frame, Alex; Rumbles, Wayne; Benton, Richard (University of Waikato School of Law, 2010-2011)
    Te Mātāhauariki Institute was established to continue the work of a research programme which had been established under a contract awarded under the Public Good Science Fund (PGSF), to the School of Law at the University ...
  • Spectre of jurisdiction: Supreme court of New South Wales and the British subject in Aotearoa/New Zealand 1823-41

    Rumbles, Wayne (University of Wollongong, 2011)
    This paper focuses on the period prior to the Treaty of Waitangi when the Supreme Court of New South Wales had jurisdiction over British subjects living in the ‘Islands of New Zealand’. It is acknowledged that there were ...
  • Theft in the digital: Can you steal virtual property?

    Rumbles, Wayne (University of Canterbury, 2011)
    This article explores issues arising around the theft of virtual property. It first explains a number of perhaps counter intuitive concepts vital to the understanding of the importance of extending ‘real world’ criminal ...

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  • A Case for an Indigenous Court - a realisation of self-determination?

    Toki, Valmaine (University of Waikato, 2016)
    This thesis searches for appropriate ways to alter entrenched patterns of highly negative outcomes for Māori in the criminal justice system. The statistics demonstrate that proportionately, Māori are much more likely to ...
  • Organised Crime: Combating an Elusive Transnational Threat

    Senior, Angus John Henry (The University of Waikato, 2010)
    Since the end of the Cold War; wide spread political, economic, social and technological changes have enabled organised criminal groups to develop transnational activities. Encouraged by the United States, the world has ...