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Chen Palmer is at the cutting edge of public law – so there’s always lots going on. Here you can find media releases, articles and presentations by us, and examples of our work in the news.

Post Settlement Governance Entities for the Development of Iwi

16 May 2013 / News articles

Launch of Chen Palmer’s nationwide stocktake on the issues and challenges facing Post Settlement Governance Entities


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Chen Palmer excited at Maori Post-Settlement opportunities

16 May 2013 / Media releases

Chen Palmer hosted a forum in Wellington last night on the issues, challenges and opportunities facing Iwi Post-Settlement Governance Entities.

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Mai Chen: Reconciling the Treaty with a Written Constitution

14 May 2013 / News articles

Mai Chen says it may be difficult to reconcile the interests of Maori with the rest of New Zealand in a written constitution.

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Mai Chen on Radio New Zealand Nine to Noon

14 May 2013 / News articles

Mai Chen on the Auckland Wellington debate and the GCSB Bill.

 

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Education shakeup adds to quake stress

09 May 2013 / News articles

Mai Chen on the pending closure and merger of Christchurch schools.

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Mai Chen: Enter the taniwha and the dragon

03 May 2013 / News articles

The country needs to change the way it looks at the close links formed between Maori and the Chinese.

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Mai Chen: Opportunity to build smart city needs strategy

02 May 2013 / News articles

OPINION: Clear rules are needed to unlock the potential of the smartest small city in the world, writes Mai Chen.

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How do Chinese Succeed in New Zealand?

01 May 2013 / News articles

Mai's View: How do Chinese Succeed in New Zealand?

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Mai Chen speaking at the EthnicA Auckland Conference

30 Apr 2013 / News articles

Mai Chen speaking at the Ethnica Auckland Conference

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A long walk to the altar: Parliament and the Marriage (Definition of Marriage) Amendment Bill

26 Apr 2013 / News articles

Conrad Reyners discusses the Marriage (Definition of Marriage) Amendment Bill and it passage through Parliament

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