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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.

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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EthnicA Auckland Conference 2013

23 Apr 2013 / News articles

Keynote session: Mai Chen - Leadership and Shaping New Zealand’s Future.

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Privacy: Right, Value or Fundamental Interest?

22 Apr 2013 / News articles

As time goes by legal recognition of privacy in New Zealand continues to develop, but terminology remains uncertain, and this provides restrictions on privacy being protected to its fullest extent.

 

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Mai's view: No pain no gain - how do Chinese become successful in New Zealand

19 Apr 2013 / News articles

今年3月,陳明梅律師贏得了新西蘭商界最高榮譽獎,並獲得了傑出專業人士大獎。

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Mai Chen: Alarming signs of state incompetence

18 Apr 2013 / News articles

Reports into Pike River tragedy and GCSB issues have highlighted lack of corporate hygiene and performance.

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Mai Chen: EQC claims system needs fixing urgently

18 Apr 2013 / News articles

Cantabrians should lobby the Minister for Earthquake Recovery if they want the EQC claims management system reviewed, writes public law specialist Mai Chen.

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Mai Chen: beef up Inspector-General's resources

15 Apr 2013 / News articles

Mai Chen is calling for the office of the Inspector-General to be given more resources, to better help it oversee the Government's spy agency.

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