Part I: Introducing Te Rino: The Feminist Judgments Project Aotearoa 1. Ko Nga Muka o Te Rino: Threads of the Two-Stranded Rope Rhonda Powell, Elisabeth McDonald, Mamari Stephens and Rosemary Hunter 2. Law in Aotearoa New Zealand Mamari Stephens and Rhonda Powell 3. Introducing the Feminist and Mana Wahine Judgments Rosemary Hunter, Mamari Stephens, Elisabeth McDonald and Rhonda Powell Part II: Rights, Equality and Relationality Civil Rights 4. Taylor v Attorney-General  NZHC 1706 5. Brooker v Police  NZSC 307 Social Welfare 6. Ruka v Department of Social Welfare  1 NZLR 154 7. Lawson v Housing New Zealand  2 NZLR 474 Medical Decisions 8. Seales v Attorney General  NZHC 1239 9. Hallagan v Medical Council of New Zealand HC Wellington CIV-2010-485-222, 2 December 2010 10. Re W [PPPR] ('Re Williams[PPPR]') (1993) 11 FRNZ 108 Family Relationships 11. Quilter v Attorney-General  NZCA 207 12. AMO'H v AJO'H ('Caldwell v Caldwell')  NZFC 48 Relationship Property 13. V v V  NZFLR 1105 14. Lankow v Rose  1 NZLR 277 Employment 15. Director of Human Rights Proceedings v Goodrum  NZHRRT 13 16. Air Nelson Limited v C  NZCA 466 Commercial Relationships 17. Stephens v Barron  NZCA 82 Part III: Land and Natural Resources Customary Rights 18. Bruce v Edwards  NZCA 294 19. Waipapakura v Hempton (1914) 33 NZLR 1065 Environment 20. Squid Fishery Management Company Ltd v Minister of Fisheries CA39/04, 7 April 2004 21. West Coast ENT Inc v Buller Coal Ltd  NZSC 87 Part IV: Crime Sexual Offending 22. R v S  NZHC 801 23. R v Sturm  1 NZLR 570 24. Vuletich v R  NZCA 102 Defences 25. Police v Kawiti  1 NZLR 117 26. R v Wang  2 NZLR 529 Sentencing 27. R v Shashana Lee Te Tomo  NZHC 71 28. R v Taueki  NZCA 174
The fourth installment in Hart's series of Feminist Judgments focusing on Aotearoa New Zealand.
Elisabeth McDonald is Professor of Law at University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Rhonda Powell is Senior Lecturer in Law at University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Mamari Stephens is Senior Lecturer in Law at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Rosemary Hunter is Professor of Law and Socio-Legal Studies at Queen Mary University of London.
Feminist Judgments Aotearoa is a fascinating, sometimes
confronting, but ultimately extremely rewarding read which
challenges us to see other legitimate possibilities in the law. --
Caroline Hickman * LawTalk *
The judgments and the commentary that precede them, are a powerful means of teaching us to see a legal case through a different lens, helpful both in the classroom and for established researchers, practitioners, and members of the judiciary... This collection offers an opportunity to step back and survey the land of the law, and to do so with fresh eyes - a valuable opportunity when many are practising or researching in highly specialised areas. -- Dr Bridgette Toy-Cronin, University of Otago * New Zealand Women's Law Journal *