Our Editors

Our Editors

Our Editors

The New Zealand Law Review is published quarterly by the Legal Research Foundation. It has been in publication, in various forms, since the LRF's inception in 1966, and is widely regarded as New Zealand's leading law review.

 
  • John Ip BA, LLB (Hons), LLM (Columbia)

    John joined the University of Auckland Faculty of Law in 2005. Prior to this, he worked on Guantánamo Bay and death penalty litigation at an NGO in the United States, and was a Judges' Clerk at the Auckland High Court. John is a graduate of the University of Auckland and Columbia University Law School.

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  • Marcus Roberts LLM

    After graduating from the University of Auckland, Marcus practised at Minter Ellison Rudd Watts in Auckland working first in the taxation team and then in the insolvency litigation team. In 2010, he undertook an LLM course at the University of Auckland. 

    Marcus’ research interests are in company law, contract law and areas of tort law, mainly vicarious liability. His focus is mainly on common law developments in these areas in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Australia.

     

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