Te Kauhanganui Tātai Ture
Nau mai, haere mai ki Te Kauhanganui Tātai Ture. Welcome to the Faculty of Law.
Māori students studying law are placed in a unique position as tangata whenua, learning the place, purpose and operation of the New Zealand legal system, how the Treaty of Waitangi fits into that and creating opportunities to work with and for indigenous communities. There is a range of support options available to Māori students who are studying law, to support and guide them to develop as compassionate, confident, skilled Māori professionals.
Ngā Rangahautira—Maori Law Students' Association is focused on the enhancement of the understanding of law among Māori students and encouraging commitment to kaupapa Māori. It is involved in organising social, academic, cultural and political activities, from study sessions for students in the early stages of their degree to providing greater opportunities for students to have contact with Māori lawyers in the community.
Māori Law Students' Coordinator
The Māori Law Students' Coordinator, coordinates:
- revision sessions: Preparing for exams—techniques, tips and advice
- mentoring: Get connected with a senior student who has excelled and wants to share their knowledge and experience
- Māori and Pasifika tutorials: Additional tutorials to help you develop academic skills to put your knowledge to good use.