Jeff Berryman and John Farrar become Honorary Professors at the Auckland Law School

24 October 2014
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Professor Jeff Berryman

Professors Jeff Berryman and John Farrar have been appointed Honorary Professors at the Auckland Law School. Both have long-standing connections with the Law Faculty and Dean Andrew Stockley welcomed their appointments.

Professor Berryman obtained his Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) and his Master of Jurisprudence (with Distinction) degrees from Auckland University before completing a Master of Laws (with Distinction) at Dalhousie University. He is a Professor of Law at the University of Windsor of Canada, where he has also served as Dean of Law. For a number of years he held a part-time professorial appointment at the Auckland Law School and has taught on both the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. He will next year be teaching Remedies Law for the Master of Laws programme. His most recent book is Equitable Remedies.

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Professor John Farrar

Professor Farrar has been Dean of three law schools: Canterbury University, Waikato University, and Bond University in Australia. He has also been a Professor of Law at University College, Cardiff, Victoria University of Wellington, and Melbourne University. He has been a Partner at Bell Gully Buddle Weir He has substantial connections with Auckland University, including having  held a part-time appointment in the Auckland Business School as Professor of Corporate Governance and Joint Director of the New Zealand Governance Centre for the last seven years and having taught on the Law School’s postgraduate programme during this time. He will next year be teaching Corporate Governance for the Master of Laws programme. His most recent book is Company and Securities Law in New Zealand (co-edited with Susan Watson).