Event

May 2013

NZ Centre for Public Law Conference: Unearthing New Zealand’s Constitutional Traditions

29-30 August 2013

HOSTED BY HON CHRIS FINLAYSON QC, PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, WELLINGTON

This conference, arranged by NZ Centre for Public Law at VUW, aims to shed light on the fundamental ideals on which our constitution is based. It will carry on the Centre for Public Law’s tradition of inquiry into our constitution by bringing together a number of distinguished scholars from New Zealand and abroad to reflect on this and to begin unearthing the country’s traditions of constitutional thought.

The NZ Law Foundation is providing funding to bring keynote speakers and ten law students to the conference.

Keynote speakers:

  • Professor David Hackett Fischer, University Professor and Earl Warren Professor of History at Brandeis University
  • Emeritus Professor Andrew Sharp, Fellow in New Zealand Studies at Birkbeck College, University of London/ University of Auckland
  • Opening Address: Rt Hon Dame Sian Elias, Chief Justice of New Zealand

Details about the Conference are available on the Victoria University of Wellington web site.

The New Zealand Law Foundation is funding up to $24,330 towards bringing speakers and law students to the Conference, and towards supporting the publication of the conference papers

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