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
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.