Volume 50, Issue 2
Special Issue in Honour of Professor Gordon Anderson
This issue and back issues (back to volume 35 currently) are now hosted on the Victoria University Open Journal System (OJS).
Articles on this site are searchable by author or subject. PDFs are available for viewing and downloading.
Petra Butler and Mark Hickford
- Forty Years of Labour Law Scholarship in New Zealand: A Reflection on the Contribution of Gordon Anderson
- The Unfinished Paper – A Tribute to Gordon Anderson
- Thirty Years On: Labour Market Deregulation and its Aftermath in New Zealand and the United Kingdom
- Reaching Across the Ditch? Similarities and Differences in the Trajectory of Australian and New Zealand Regulation of Collective Labour Relations 1988–2018
Anthony Forsyth and John Howe
- The Place of the Employment Court in the New Zealand Judicial Hierarchy
- The Politics and Law of Trade Union Recognition: Democracy, Human Rights and Pragmatism in the New Zealand and British Context
Alan Bogg and Tonia Novitz
- The Right to Strike and the "Deadweight" of the Common Law
- A Duty of Good Management? Protected Interests and the Employment Contract
Douglas Brodie and Joellen Riley
- Māori Women, Discrimination and Paid Work: The Need for an Intersectional Approach
- Invisible Consequences: The Health Hazards of "Women's Work" in New Zealand
- From the Code Noir to Entrenched Rights
- Family Law – Solidarity or Disarray?
- A Conversation about the Contract and Commercial Law Act 2017
- A Retrospective on the Woodhouse Report: The Vision, the Performance and the Future
- Kelsen Before Kelsen – Reflections on Hans Kelsen's Die Staatslehre des Dante Alighieri