Centres and associations

The Law School's research centres and publications showcase the expertise of our academic staff. Our staff and students are also represented in a wide range of associations.

  • New Zealand Centre for ICT Law

    The New Zealand Centre for ICT Law is a specialist centre which investigates, studies and considers the implications of ICT (Information and Communications Technology) within the context of law, technological developments and its impact upon society.

  • Te Tai Haruru

    Te Tai Haruru is the Māori Legal Academics Group and support staff based at the Faculty of Law.

  • Legal Research Foundation (LRF)

    LRF is an independent, non-profit body associated with the Faculty of Law. It promotes legal education, research and law reform.

  • New Zealand Centre for Law and Business

    The New Zealand Centre for Law and Business has a primary aim of facilitating interdisciplinary research at the nexus of law and business, with a strong focus on the interface between the two.