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Law & Society 2011

LAW & SOCIETY*

The following video summaries have been prepared to assist students with their learning. They signpost some of the main points examined in lecture and provide an overview of the specified subject matter.

A word of caution: it would be a mistake to treat these clips as a substitute for the reading of materials or the attendance of lecture. The points under consideration can only be understood through a program of disciplined study. These aids should complement – rather than replace – your exploration of the topics.

Lecture 1 – An Introduction to Law & Society

Lecture 2 – Parliamentary Supremacy

Lecture 3 – The Annexation of Aotearoa

Lecture 4 – The Treaty of Waitangi

Lecture 5 – New Zealand’s System of Government

Lecture 6 – Courts and Juries

Lecture 7 – Fitzgerald v Muldoon

Lecture 8 – Finnigan v NZRFU

Lecture 9 – The Impact of Colonial Legislation on Maori

Lecture 10 – Colonial Judicial Decisions

Lecture 11 – The ‘Sealord’ Case

Lecture 12 – Natural Law Theory

Lecture 13 – Positivism

Lecture 14 – Mid-Semester Test Revision (video summary unavailable)

Lecture 15 – Tikanga

Lecture 16 – Legal Realism & CLS

Lecture 17 – Feminism & TWAIL

Lecture 18 – The Concept of Property

Lecture 19 – Relational Thinking (skills workshop)

Lecture 20 – Property & the Criminal Law

Lecture 21 – Women as Property

Lecture 22 – Intellectual Property (video summary unavailable)

Lecture 23 – Water as Property

Lecture 24 – The Criminal Justice System

Lecture 25 – Police Powers

Lecture 26 – Law & Homosexuality

Lecture 27 – International Human Rights

Lecture 28 – Cultural Defences

Lecture 29 – Law in Times of Crisis

Lecture 30 – Immigration

Lecture 31 – Treaty Settlement Process

Lecture 32 – The Foreshore & Seabed Controversy

Lecture 33 – New Zealand’s Constitutional Future

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