The NZ Centre for Public Law produces and hosts a range of different publications, including books, monographs, journals and papers.

New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law

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The New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law is a fully refereed journal published by the New Zealand Centre for Public Law at the Faculty of Law, Victoria University of Wellington. The Journal was established in 2003 as a forum for public and international legal scholarship.

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Books, Monographs and Reports

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The Centre has published various other books, monographs, and articles.

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Occasional Papers

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The NZ Centre for Public Law publishes occasional papers. Generally, the papers are based on public lectures given at the Centre. The papers are published in hard-copy and some are also available electronically.

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Regulations Review Digest

The Regulations Review Committee Digest, first published in 2004, provides a general overview of the role and functioning of the Regulations Review Committee, and synthesises its work into a single, readily accessible source.

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Working Papers


The Centre makes available working papers from members of the Centre and associated Faculty. The working papers are generally formative versions of publications and projects, on which the authors seek feedback and comment.

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