Publications, Research Reports and Addresses
Our online library contains research publications and public addresses relating to projects and events we have funded, and scholarships we have awarded.
These resources provide insight into recent and past projects the Law Foundation has funded. They cover the latest legal research findings, and addresses given by leading legal professionals and academics.
Reports on research findings are available for a number of projects we have funded including:
Acclaim Otago’s Shadow Report:
Shadow Report to the United Nations Committee on the Convention on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities released July 2014
Review of proposals for post‐sentence detention and the shift towards a risk‐based approach to criminal justice:
Better and Better and Better? A Legal and Ethical Analysis of Preventive Detention in New Zealand released Dec 2014
Donald Beasley Institute report on:
Developing a more responsive legal system for people with intellectual disability in New Zealand released Dec 2014
Publications resulting from projects we fund, range from dedicated online resources such as the New Zealand Law Style Guide to books such as:
Foreign Relations Law by Campbell McLachlan, released June 2014
Prendergast: Legal Villain? by Grant Morris, released Nov 2014
New Zealand’s Gift to the World – The Youth Justice Family Group Conference by Carolyn Henwood and Stephen Stratford, released Dec 2014
Speeches, Addresses and Conference Papers
Addresses are available for annual events such as the public lectures given by our Distinguished Visiting Fellow, the Ethel Benjamin Commemorative Address and the Law Foundation Awards Dinner. Key note addresses from conferences we support are included whenever possible.