(2015) 2 PILJNZ

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Jayden Houghton

Articles

The New Two-Year Income Tax Bright-line Rule

Jack Alexander

Rape Myths and Invisible Crime: The Use of Actuarial Tools to Predict Sexual Recidivism

Anna Chalton

High Hopes, Disappointing Reality: Implementing the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities when the Going gets Tough

Erin Gough

Is a Judicial Discretion needed to Soften the “All or Nothing” Nature of the Doctrine of Frustration?

Blake Carey

Public Law Ramifications of the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act 2011

Oliver Sutton

No Soul to Damn? Revisiting the Case for Corporate Manslaughter in New Zealand

Mitchell Spence

Privacy Law in the Abortion Context

Sarah Alawi

Reconciling the Clash: A Comparison of the Australian and Canadian Legal Approaches to Burdening Indigenous Hunting Rights

Alice Sowry

Exploring Constitutional Legitimacy

Aishwarya S Bagchi