The second edition of the New Zealand Women's Law Journal — Te Aho Kawe Kaupapa Ture a ngā Wāhine can be downloaded in full here.
You can also download the first edition from 2017 here.
Hardcopies can be purchased from LexisNexis here.
Volume II, 2018
Contents — rārangi upoko
Litia Tuiburelevu: Legally brown: The experiences of Pasifika women in the criminal justice system (Auckland District Law Society Writing Prize Winner 2018)
Shontelle Grimberg: Women without a voice: Japan’s silencing of its “comfort women” and the redemptive future the Tokyo’s Women’s tribunal offers to the gendered and colonial history of international law
Commentaries — ngā pito kōrero
Dr Anna Hood: Reflections on the perpetual cycle of discrimination, harassment and assault suffered by New Zealand’s women lawyers and how to break it after 122 years: Reviewing Gill Gatfield’s Without Prejudice