The New Zealand Law Review, published quarterly by the Legal Research Foundation Inc. since 1966, is the premier law journal published in New Zealand. It includes refereed articles by leading New Zealand and international scholars, together with annual and biennial reviews of the major areas of the law, written by specialist contributing editors.

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Volume 2014, Number 1, May 2014
Mapping the Common Law

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Mapping the Constitutional
pp. 1-20(20)
Author: Elias, Sian

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Mapping the Common Law: Some Lessons from History
pp. 21-67(47)
Author: Lobban, Michael

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Law's System: The Necessity of System in Common Law
pp. 69-105(37)
Author: Postema, Gerald J

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Taxonomy in Private Law — Furor in Text and Subtext
pp. 107-144(38)
Author: Watts, Peter

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Civil Recourse and the Plurality of Wrongs: Why Torts are Different
pp. 145-169(25)
Author: Zipursky, Benjamin C

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