Welcome to New Zealand's leading law school

Offering the largest range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in New Zealand, the Auckland Law School is ranked among the best law schools in the world.

Why study at Auckland Law School

Auckland Law School graduates are highly sought after. Our high entry standards, excellent teaching and wealth of student opportunities prepare our graduates for exciting legal, professional and academic careers.

Our Research Culture

With New Zealand’s largest community of legal academics, the Auckland Law School has leaders in Corporate and Commercial Law, Public and International Law, and all other major areas of the law, attracting research students from around the world.

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

We have exciting new fellowship and scholarship opportunities available for our PhD candidates. Find out why studying for a PhD at the Auckland Law School is a great choice if you want to progress your career - or just deepen your knowledge.

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    Introducing Indigenous Law into Federal Court Practice in Canada Event as iCalendar
    04 May 2017, 5 - 6pm
    The Honourable Leonard S. Mandamin will speak on the introduction of Indigenous law into Federal Court Practice in Canada.
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    The future of tax: The profession and tax policy (Faculty of Law events, New Zealand Centre for Law and Business, Seminars) Event as iCalendar
    11 May 2017, 4 - 6pm
    What is the future for professionals, advisors, and tax officials? And how is our tax system going to respond to changing demographic and societal demands? This symposium looks at both isses and raises an opportunity to discuss how the future looks.
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    Equity Crowdfunding (Faculty of Law events, New Zealand Centre for Law and Business, Symposia) Event as iCalendar
    15 June 2017, 2 - 5:30pm
    Equity Crowdfunding is a dynamic new development in investing, allowing broad groups of investors to fund start-up companies and small businesses in return for equity stakes. What is the New Zealand experience? Are we fully aware of the opportunities and risks?