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Celebrate 50 years with us -
Register here for
Runnymede to the Beehive, September 2015
The New Zealand Law Review
- order your copy here
Interested in joining a group of like-minded individuals, passionate about law reform and life long learning? Find out more here.
Register now for a major conference Rights, Liberty and Equality: Runnymede to the Beehive. The conference will be followed by a dinner to celebrate the LRF's 50th anniversary.
The New Zealand Law Review is published quarterly and features outstanding articles and subject area reviews written by experts in their field.
The Legal Research Foundation awards annual prizes for excellence in legal writing. Congratulations to the winners in all categories.
I am proud to have been involved with the LRF since its inception in 1965, and have watched it grow from very small beginnings as a student organisation into a highly regarded, prominent law reform body.
We hope you enjoyed the biennial quiz in October 2014 - it was the best one yet!
Our purpose is to promote legal research and education in New Zealand and we achieve this in several ways. Not only do we publish the New Zealand Law Review, we also organise conferences on topical issues for the legal community, invest in a visiting scholar programme and hold annual writing awards.
Hon Justice Paul Heath
The LRF provides an opportunity for valuable legal research to be shared among those participating in the legal system. LRF has established many important relationships with legal institutions, academics, Judges and practitioners in New Zealand and elsewhere to achieve our objectives.
The Legal Research Foundation holds several conferences, lectures and other events during the year. Coming up we have a further seminar on Remedies and in September a major conference - Rights, Lib...
Join us during 2015 to celebrate this milestone. Students at the School of Law, University of Auckland are invited to enter an essay competition (check cecil for details); and a gala dinner will be...