The RMLA’s RMJ November 2017 is now available to read, download and/or print.
Table of Contents:
Page 3: Time for a Charge? – Hannah Marks, Senior Associate and Georgina Thomas, Solicitor, Greenwood Roche
Page 6: Editorial – Prof Jacinta Ruru, University of Otago; Co-Director Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence; RMLA General Editor
Page 9: Will the new government address the concerns raised at the 2017 RMLA conference Founder’s Debate? – Clare Sinnott, Special Counsel and Bianca Tree, Partner, MinterEllisonRuddWatts
Page 13: Affordable housing – Tough problems, tougher solutions – Shamubeel Eaquab, Economist, Sense.Partners
Page 15: Marine biodiversity and taonga species: slipping through the cracks – Sally Gepp, Environmental Lawyer, Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand Inc and Madeleine Wright, Environmental Lawyer, Environmental Defence Society Inc.
Page 22: Public participation and genetically modified organisms – Heidi Baillie, Senior Solicitor, Simpson Grierson, Christchurch and Nicola Wheen, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Otago
Page 27: Consideration of Māori Interests in the TransTasman Resources Limited Decision – Sarah Down, ANU PhD student and Jacinta Ruru, University of Otago
Page 31: Recent Cases – Blueskin Energy Ltd v Dunedin City Council  NZEnvC 150, Matakana Coast Trail Trust v Auckland Council  NZEnvC 149, Gabler v Queenstown Lakes District Council  NZHC 2086 – Bronwyn Carruthers, Partner, and Aidan Cameron, Solicitor, Russell McVeagh
Page 35: Scholarship Winners 2017 – Sanna O’Connor-Morberg and Callum Riddle (page 36)