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  • Kenyan children with a solar panel supplied as part of Karl Upston-Hooper's work

    Renewables revolution in Africa

    Alumnus Karl Upston-Hooper, General Counsel at Camco Clean Energy, writes about the importance of renewal energy and his experience working to grow the industry in Sub-Saharan Africa.

  • Chris Wilson

    Helping technology companies raise capital

    Alumnus Chris Wilson says he was an unusual child. “I wanted to be a lawyer since I was about 12 years old, which I realise now is a bit weird for a kid,” he says.

  • The ocean

    A threat to statehood

    Climate change, and the resulting global sea level rise, not only threatens catastrophic damage to the planet but also challenges the very fabric that governs international law, writes law student Billie Haddleton.

  • Jamie Molea in front of the Law School

    Expanding career opportunities

    Master of Laws student Jamie Molea always had his sights set on postgraduate study after completing his LLB, and the opportunity to study while interning at a law firm confirmed Wellington as his first choice.