Tony Angelo QC
Dipl Dr Comp Stras BA LLM Well,
Palmes Academiques (Chevalier), Queen's Counsel
Barrister, High Court of New Zealand
Academicien, International Academy of Comparative Law
Tony has a long-standing interest in the law of small states and has published extensively on the laws of Mauritius, Seychelles and the small nations of the Pacific.
Major current research involve Private International Law monographs for the South Pacific and articles on aspects of constitutional development and decolonisation in the South Pacific.
NZ Association of Comparative Law.
Selection of publications
- "South Pacific" in Private International Law #51 (Wolters Kluwer, The Netherlands, 2017) pp115.
- (with Brian Bell and Bayley Roylance) "Intergenerational Trust Funds in the Pacific" (2016) 51(2) The Journal of Pacific History pp 186-204.
- (with Elisabeth Perham) "Let Te Reo Speak: Granting Legal Personality to Te Reo Māori" (2015) 46(4) Victoria University of Wellington Law Review pp 1081-1110.