Recent Deposits

  • Contract Law, Contracting and Instrumentalism 

    Connell, Simon
    This essay in an edited book, which the author was invited to contribute, discusses the relationship between contract law and the practice of contracting with reference to John Gava’s critique of John Smillie’s account of ...
  • Human Rights and the Environment 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This chapter is published in the book International Human Rights Law in Aotearoa New Zealand, edited by Margaret Beddgood, Kris Gledhill and Ian McIntosh. This chapter considers whether New Zealand law should contain ...
  • Global Atmospheric Pollution: Climate Change and Ozone 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This chapter is published in the book Environmental Law in New Zealand, edited by Peter Salmon and David Grinlinton. The chapter briefly explains the nature of anthropogenic-induced climate change and ozone depletion, ...
  • Compliance and Enforcement 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa
    This chapter is included in the book Environmental Law in New Zealand, edited by Peter Salmon and David Grinlinton. The first part of the chapter provides an introduction to the main concepts relevant to compliance and ...
  • Southern Catchments and the Evolution of New Zealand's Environmental Law 

    Wheen, Nicola
    Our research team (the authors of this paper and Professor Jacinta Ruru) based at the School of Law, University of Canterbury and the Faculty of Law, University of Otago has been granted funding from the Building Research ...
  • The Role of Sustainable Buildings in Climate Change Mitigation 

    Warnock, Ceri Ailsa; Warnock, C. G.
    Transforming the built environment will be critical in mitigating global emissions of green house gases. Within OECD states, buildings (in terms of their construction, operation and de-construction) are major emitters of ...
  • Will-Substitutes in New Zealand and Australia 

    Peart, Nicola; Vines, Prue E.
    Australia and New Zealand have some similarities in their succession law, including high rates of testation. Yet will-substitutes are used widely in both countries. These include joint tenancies, trusts and life insurance. ...
  • The State in Action: An Insider's View of How the State Regulates the Use of PGD with HLA Tissue-Typing in New Zealand 

    Henaghan, Mark; Cleary, Thomas
    In New Zealand the choice by intending parents to use reproductive technology is limited by legislation. This default restriction on the prospective parents’ procreative autonomy applies unless the use of the assisted ...
  • New Possibilities for Newborn Genetic Screening: Screening for Genetic Susceptibility to Common Disease 

    Henaghan, Mark; Kerruish, Nikki
    The review of the psychosocial effects of newborn genetic susceptibility testing has highlighted the fact that there are several good reasons to be concerned about such testing. These include features inherent in the newborn ...
  • Setting the Scene 

    Henaghan, Mark; Lawson, Deborah
    Genetic testing raises new issues from those involved in other medical contexts, particularly for children. Most of the concerns relevant to minors are prompted by the familial and predictive aspects of genetic information. It ...
  • Introduction 

    Henaghan, Mark; Lawson, Deborah
    Abstract for all parts of Volume II: Genetic testing raises new issues from those involved in other medical contexts, particularly for children. Most of the concerns relevant to minors are prompted by the familial and ...
  • Benefits and Harms in Genetic Testing of Minors 

    Henaghan, Mark; Lawson, Deborah
    Genetic testing raises new issues from those involved in other medical contexts, particularly for children. Most of the concerns relevant to minors are prompted by the familial and predictive aspects of genetic information. It ...
  • Conclusions and Recommendations 

    Henaghan, Mark
    Genetic testing raises new issues from those involved in other medical contexts, particularly for children. Most of the concerns relevant to minors are prompted by the familial and predictive aspects of genetic information. It ...
  • The Advisory Committee on Reproductive Technologies: The Role of Public Consultation in Decision-Making 

    Henaghan, Mark; King, Mike
    The Advisory Committee on Assisted Reproductive Technology (ACART) has a crucial role in regulating assisted reproductive technology in New Zealand. The HART Act 2004, which establishes and provides ACART with direction ...
  • Disclosure, Confidentiality and Privacy Issues 

    Henaghan, Mark; Deborah, Lawson
    Genetic testing raises new issues from those involved in other medical contexts, particularly for children. Most of the concerns relevant to minors are prompted by the familial and predictive aspects of genetic information. It ...
  • Array Comparative Genomic Hybridisation (aCGH): An Analysis of the Current Technology and Its Future in Prenatal Diagnosis 

    Henaghan, Mark; Cho, Mildred K.
    Array comparative genomic hybridisation (aCGH) represents a major advance in the field of cytogenetics and offers tremendous promise in prenatal diagnosis for the detection of genetic alterations leading to serious genetic ...
  • Newborn Screening: Present and Future 

    Henaghan, Mark; Matthews, Genevieve
    Currently, in New Zealand, children at birth have their heel pricked to test for metabolic conditions which, if found early enough, can be treated. The present New Zealand newborn metabolic screening programme is a competent ...
  • Genetic Testing and Microarray Technologies 

    Henaghan, Mark; Matthews, Genevieve
    The use of microarrays allows many genetic tests to be done simultaneously on one genetic sample and changes (mutations) to be found that are currently not detected. Microarrays are being used predominantly in the research ...
  • Genetic Testing of Competent Minors 

    Henaghan, Mark; Lawson, Deborah
    Genetic testing raises new issues from those involved in other medical contexts, particularly for children. Most of the concerns relevant to minors are prompted by the familial and predictive aspects of genetic information. It ...
  • Researching Human Genetic Variation: An Examination of the Ethics of Genetic Research 

    Henaghan, Mark; Wensley, Dana
    Genetic testing of whole communities is a way of picking up disease trends within that community. The diseases will not necessarily be genetically based. They will also be influenced by environmental factors. However, ...

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