New Zealand Law Foundation

06 September 2017

Latest legal research projects

The New Zealand Law Foundation is funding several major projects led or co-led by UC Law academics. These include: Rethinking Surrogacy Laws (Debra Wilson, Rhonda Powell, Annick Masselot, John Caldwell, Natalie Baird and others), Feminist Judgments Project Aotearoa (co-led by Rhonda Powell and Elisabeth McDonald (VUW), Annick Masselot, Ursula Cheer, Natalie Baird and others), and The Brain Does Not Lie: Use Of Forensic Brain Scan Analysis and Neuroscience in Criminal And Civil Investigations (Robin Palmer and Debra Wilson).

For more information about these, and other Law Foundation projects, watch some of the Snapshot Series, in which academics talk about their research, and subscribe to the Law Foundations’ YouTube Channel.

More details here.

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