- Camille Wrightson — Customary Law and Violence Against Women: Where to From Here?
- Samuel Campbell — Gender Trouble in the Human Rights Act 1993
- Louise Grey — The Person Who Really Loves Me Will Be the One Who Helps Me Die: A Critique of Seales v Attorney-General
- Rachel Dunning — All for One and One for All: Class Action Litigation and Arbitration in New Zealand
- Emma Hensman — In the Bonds of Trust We Meet: A Comparison of the United States Doctrine of Trust Responsibility and a Crown-Māori Fiduciary Relationship
- Emily Blincoe — The Myth of Cession: Public Law Textbooks and the Treaty of Waitangi
- Charlotte Best — Criminal Minds: A Therapeutic Jurisprudence Perspective on Neurodisability and the Criminal Justice System
- Selwyn Fraser — What’s in a Name? The Calculated Divergence of Rhetoric, Reality and Text in New Zealand’s Foreign Fighter Legislation
- Emily McGeorge — Prosecution of Cultural Heritage Destruction: Framework, Precedents and Recent Developments in International Criminal Law
This Journal was published with support from the New Zealand Law Foundation.