Victoria University of Wellington Law Review

About the Law Review

Founded in 1953 by Professor Robert McGechan, the Victoria University of Wellington Law Review is the oldest university Law Review in New Zealand. It has a proud history of being a major publisher of significant legal articles of relevance not only to New Zealand, or our Pacific region, but also internationally.

The University’s Law Review publishes four issues a year, a total of some 800 pages of quality research by international scholars, members of this faculty and our colleagues elsewhere in New Zealand, distinguished visitors and the Faculty’s own students.

The Review is pleased to acknowledge the support of the late Judge Ian Borrin.

Law Review Editorial Committee

Student Editor in Chief

Aimee Cox

Managing Editor

Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Law

Editorial Committee

The editorial Committee includes Paul Comrie-Thomson and:

Faculty of Law

Professor in Law · Director Institute of Small and Micro States

Honours Coordinator
Faculty of Law

Professor of Law
Faculty of Law

Associate Professor
Faculty of Law · New Zealand Centre for Public Law

Associate Professor
Faculty of Law

Senior Lecturer in Commercial Law
Faculty of Law

Faculty of Law

Consultant Editors

  • CEF Rickett
  • Shaunnagh Dorsett


Senior School Administrator
Faculty of Law