New Zealand Law Society - Public Law Committee

Public Law Committee

The Public Law Committee takes an interest in any issue coming under the rubric of "public law" including, but not limited to, constitutional and administrative law, the role of the three branches of government, and the interface between government and the citizen.

Because of its Wellington base, the committee serves an important role in addressing public law issues on behalf of the profession. The committee has a tradition of taking the initiative on matters on which it considers it can make an impact, as well as responding to calls for submissions.

The committee's membership includes government lawyers and those in private practice. This makes it a good forum for discussion and meeting fellow practitioners.

For more information or to join the Committee please contact