Feminist Judgments of Aotearoa New Zealand
Te Rino: A Two-Stranded Rope
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'This project stops us in our tracks and asks us: how could things have been different? At key moments in our legal history, what difference would it have made if feminist judges had been at the tiller? By doing so, it raises a host of important questions. What does it take to be a feminist judge? Would we want our judges to be feminists and if so why? Is there a uniquely female perspective to judging?'
Professor Claudia Geiringer, Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington
'With this book, some of our leading jurists expose the biases and power structures that underpin legal rules and the interpretation of them. Some also give voice to mana wahine perspectives on and about the law that have become invisible over time, perpetuating the impacts of colonialism and patriarchy combined on Maori women. I hope this book will be a catalyst for our nation to better understand and then seek to ameliorate these impacts.'
Dr Claire Charters, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Auckland
'The work is highly illuminating and is critical to the development of our legal system ... It is crucial, not only for legal education, so that students of the law open their minds to the different ways legal problems can be conceptualised and decided. It is also crucial if we are going to have a truly just legal system where all the different voices and perspectives are fairly heard.'
Professor Mark Henaghan, Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Otago
'I believe this project is particularly important, as few academics or researchers in New Zealand concentrate on judicial method. I am therefore hopeful that it will provoke thoughtful debate in a critical area for society.'
The Honourable Justice Helen Winkelmann, New Zealand Court of Appeal
Part I: Introducing Te Rino: The Feminist Judgments Project Aotearoa
1. Ko Nga Muka o Te Rino: Threads of the Two-Stranded Rope
Rhonda Powell, Elisabeth McDonald, Mamari Stephens and Rosemary Hunter
2. Law in Aotearoa New Zealand
Mamari Stephens and Rhonda Powell
3. Introducing the Feminist and Mana Wahine Judgments
Rosemary Hunter, Mamari Stephens, Elisabeth McDonald and Rhonda Powell
Part II: Rights, Equality and Relationality Civil Rights
4. Taylor v Attorney-General  NZHC 1706
5. Brooker v Police  NZSC 307
6. Ruka v Department of Social Welfare  1 NZLR 154
7. Lawson v Housing New Zealand  2 NZLR 474
8. Seales v Attorney General  NZHC 1239
9. Hallagan v Medical Council of New Zealand HC Wellington CIV-2010-485-222, 2 December 2010
10. Re W [PPPR] ('Re Williams[PPPR]') (1993) 11 FRNZ 108
11. Quilter v Attorney-General  NZCA 207
12. AMO'H v AJO'H ('Caldwell v Caldwell')  NZFC 48
13. V v V  NZFLR 1105
14. Lankow v Rose  1 NZLR 277
15. Director of Human Rights Proceedings v Goodrum  NZHRRT 13
16. Air Nelson Limited v C  NZCA 466
17. Stephens v Barron  NZCA 82
Part III: Land and Natural Resources Customary Rights
18. Bruce v Edwards  NZCA 294
19. Waipapakura v Hempton (1914) 33 NZLR 1065
20. Squid Fishery Management Company Ltd v Minister of Fisheries CA39/04