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Rapua te ara tika mōu ake - seek the pathway that is right for you

By Alice Anderson I contacted Sarah Taylor because I am an avid reader of the Talking about mental health series. I am a relatively fresh wahine Māori rōia, in my third year of practising. I have, however, seen quite a lot in my time. I have seen the devastation that the…
He aha ngā mea nui o te ao nei? Ngā awa, ngā roto me te kotahitanga

He aha ngā mea nui o te ao nei? Ngā awa, ngā roto me te kotahitanga

What’s important in this world? The rivers, the lakes and collaborative frameworksThe field of “co-governance” of some of Aotearoa New Zealand’s key natural and physical resources has for many years been thought to be reserved for specialist Treaty lawyers — but that is evolving and requiring new skills and diversification…

Revamped website heralds new look

Te Hunga Rōia Māori o Aotearoa, the Māori Law Society, will introduce a membership fee and a new website in March. The Society’s executive undertook two rounds of consultation last year about the fee proposal which will mean that practising lawyers and judges will be charged an annual $100 plus GST…

Te Hunga Roia Kura Reo 2018

Tuia ki runga, tuia ki raro, tuia te rangi e tū nei, tuia te papa e takoto nei, tuia te muka tangata e rangitāmiro nei i a tātou ki a tātou. Kei aku rangatira, kei ngā whetu maiangi o te ao ture, tēnā koutou katoa. For the last few years, the…

Mātua rā, me mihi

In my previous articles, we explored different ways to incorporate te reo Māori within our profession and the benefits that will come from hearing, speaking and seeing te reo Māori more within the law. E whakapono tonu ana ahau ki aua kōrero! (which of course I still agree with!). And…

Me rehe te matau, me rehe te mauī!

As legal professionals we strive to do the best in everything that we do. Not only for the clients we represent and the industry we uphold, but for our own continued legal development. Being experts in our fields is a part of what makes us trusted and sought-after legal professionals and…

E tipu, e rea! The use of te reo Māori is growing!

Alana Thomas Te Reo Māori is growing in the law sector and we need to grow with it. What’s great to see is that a lot of people are already on board; a lot of people see that there is a need to understand te reo Māori, and a lot of people…
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