View a selection of working papers produced by academics associated with the New Zealand Centre for Public and International Law.
The Centre makes available working papers from members of the Centre and associated Faculty. The working papers are generally formative versions of publications and projects, on which the authors seek feedback and comment.
Ding v Minister of Immigration; Ye v Minister of Immigration
Claudia Geiringer Working Paper VUW-NZCPL001
This paper was presented at the Legal Research Foundation conference: “Human Rights at the Frontier: New Zealand’s Immigration Legislation – an International Human Rights Law Perspective”, Auckland, 12 September 2008.
Judicial Review: Practical lessons, Insights and Forecasts
Dean R Knight Working Paper VUW-NZCPL002
This paper was presented at the Lawyers in Government conference: "Judicial Review: Practical lessons, Insights and Forecasts", Wellington, 15 April 2010.
Local Authority Decision-Making and the Consideration of Community Views: Obligation and Observance
Dean R Knight Working Paper VUW-NZCPL003
This paper was presented at the NZ Centre for Public Law's "We the People(s): Participation and Engagement in Government" conference: "Local Authority Decision-Making and the Consideration of Community Views: Obligation and Observance", Wellington, February 2010.