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New Zealand Postgraduate Law e-Journal
The University of Auckland
Faculty of Law
Private Bag 92019
Auckland City
Aoteaoroa/New Zealand

Telephone: +64 9 373 7599 ext 82251
Facsimile: +64 9 373 7473
Attn: Editor-in-Chief
E-mail: law-nzpglejournal@auckland.ac.nz


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The New Zealand Postgraduate Law e-Journal editors


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Angela Thomson

LLB, LLM (Hons), PhD Candidate in International Environmental Law, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland
Auckland, North Island, New Zealand


Position: Editor

Areas of Interest: International Environmental Law, Climate Change, Ethics and the Law, Religion and the Law

Email: awil246@aucklanduni.ac.nz

Profile:

Angela graduated from the University of Auckland in 2008 with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and a Master of Laws (LLM, Hons) in 2009. She was admitted to the Bar in 2009. Angela is currently a PhD candidate within the Faculty of Law at the University of Auckland. Her research interests lie within the areas of ethical and international dimensions of environmental law. Angela is particularly interested in how ethical considerations may be integrated into legal principles in the area of climate change law. She believes global society requires new, ethical values and an ethical framework that aims to create a more just, healthy and equitable world for present and future generations.

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Dominic Dagbanja

BA, LLB (University of Ghana); BL (Ghana School of Law); LLM (University of the Pacific, California); LLM (The George Washington University, Washington DC); PhD Candidate (The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand).

Position: Editor-In-Chief

Areas of Interest: International Investment Law, International Investment Arbitration, International Business Transactions, International Trade Law, Human Rights Law, International Law, Company Law and Commercial Law.

E-mail: ddag009@aucklanduni.ac.nz

Profile:

Prior to joining the Faculty of Law at The University of Auckland as a PhD Candidate, Dominic was a Lecturer in Law at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration in Accra, Ghana. He is the author of several articles and of the book The Law of Public Procurement in Ghana: Law, Policy and Practice (Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co, Germany, 2011). Dominic previously worked as, inter alia, Assistant State Attorney in the Ministry of Justice & Attorney General’s Department of Ghana and Associate in the law firm of Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah in Accra, Ghana.

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Edward Willis

LLB, BA (VUW), LLM (Dist) (VUW), PhD Candidate in Constitutional Law, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland

Position: Deputy Editor-in-chief

Areas of Interest: Constitutional law, public law, human rights, Treaty of Waitangi, administrative law, jurisprudence, contract law, competition (antitrust) and economic regulation.

Email: ewil844@aucklanduni.ac.nz

Profile:

Edward is a PhD Candidate studying constitutional law and a practising lawyer specialising in competition law and economic regulation. One of his passions is raising the level of understanding and the quality of debate on issues that are important to New Zealand and New Zealanders. He considers that greater accessibility of academic work is crucial to achieving that goal.

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Rose Griffin

BA / LLB (Hons), University of Tasmania, Australia
Masters Research Student in Criminal Law, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand


Position:
Editor

Areas of Interest:
Criminal Law, Human Rights, Public Policy and Criminal Law, Feminist Legal Theory.

Email: rgri131@aucklanduni.ac.nz

Profile:

Rose graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2006 with a combined Bachelor of Arts and Law (Hons). She is currently studying at the University of Auckland for an LLM by research, with a particular interest in domestic violence, homicide, criminal law reform and women.
 

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