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.

 
  • Michael Littlewood BA (Auckland), LLB(Hons) (Auckland), PhD (Hong Kong University); barrister and solicitor, New Zealand; solicitor, England and Wales; solicitor, Hong Kong.

    Michael Littlewood is a Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Auckland. He is a New Zealander but has spent many years in Hong Kong. He has degrees in law and politics from the University of Auckland and a doctorate in tax from the University of Hong Kong. He is admitted as a barrister and solicitor in New Zealand, as a solicitor in England and Wales and as a solicitor in Hong Kong. He is a member of the New Zealand Law Society, a Fellow of the Law and Economics Association of New Zealand and an authority on New Zealand tax law, Hong Kong tax law, tax policy and tax history. Much of his work has been in the fields of tax planning, tax avoidance and international tax. His work has been published and cited in leading journals in New Zealand, the US, the UK, Australia and Hong Kong. He is a fulltime academic but has also from time to time provided advice to business interests and to the governments of several countries.

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    Michael Littlewood
  • Edward Willis BA, LLB (Victoria University of Wellington); LLM (Dist) (Victoria University of Wellington); PhD (University of Auckland))

    Dr Edward Willis spent over a decade in private practice before joining the Faculty of Law at the University of Auckland. He specialises in public law, with particular interests in constitutional theory, adminstrative decision-making, regulation and competition (antitrust) law.

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    Edward Willis