VUWLRVictoria University of Wellington Law Review (New Zealand)
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Process" (2008) 39:2 VUWLR 225; David V Williams, "Wi Parata
Lydia O'Hagan, Jurors on Trial: Lawyers Using the Internet to Research Prospective Jurors, 45 VUWLR 161 (June 2014).
For commentary, see Mark Hickford, "John Salmond and Native Title in New Zealand: Developing a Crown Theory on the Treaty of Waitangi, 1910-1920" (2007) 38:4 VUWLR 853; John William Tate, "Hohepa Wi Neera: Native Title and the Privy Council Challenge" (2004) 35:1 VUWLR 73; David V Williams, "Wi Parata is Dead, Long Live Wi Parata" in Andrew Erueti & Claire Charters, eds, Maori Property Rights and the Foreshore and Seabed: The Last Frontier (Wellington, NZ: Victoria University Press, 2007) 31.
See Craig Forcese, "Hegemonic Federalism: The Democratic Implications of the UN Security Council's Legislative Phase" (2007) 38 VUWLR 175 [Forcese, "Hegemonic Federalism"].
122) For a related exploration in relation to New Zealand, see RP Boast, "Recognising Multi-Textualism: Rethinking New Zealand's Legal History" (2006) 37 VUWLR 547.
The original interests in this case were Maori interests, and Brian Gilling, "'Vexatious and an Abuse of the Process of the Court': The Assets Company v Mere Roihi Cases" (2004) 35 VUWLR 145, discusses the impact of this case and the title registration system more generally on Maori land holdings.