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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: Watchdog with bite helps keep the system honest

21 Jun 2012 / News articles

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TVNZ7 backers enlist Chen

19 Jun 2012 / News articles

Lobby group Save TVNZ7 has hired high-profile constitutional lawyer Mai Chen to examine whether the Government has acted lawfully in its decision to axe funding for the free-to-air channel.

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Public Law with Mai Chen

19 Jun 2012 / News articles

As part of an ongoing series with Fairfax, Mai Chen interviews Rod Drury on whether the Government has a role in entrepeneurship and Sean Hughes from the Financial Markets Authority on the economic recovery after the world recession.

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Mai Chen interviewed on the Public Law Toolbox

19 Jun 2012 / News articles

Mai Chen being interviewed by Vaughn Yarwood from the Auckland University Business School

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Mai Chen discussing changes to the way in which New Zealand regulates foreign vessels fishing in the country's EEZ

14 Jun 2012 / News articles

Mai Chen on Radio New Zealand, discussing ways in which New Zealand regulates foreign vessels fishing in the country's EEZ

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Mai Chen: Quotas don't always work

07 Jun 2012 / News articles

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Look before you legislate should be the golden rule

24 May 2012 / News articles

Lawmakers must consider the impacts, financial or otherwise, of poor decisions.

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Women who stepped up

23 May 2012 / News articles

Some of the most inspirational women in New Zealand business imparted their knowledge and advice yesterday to a sold-out conference at Hilton Queenstown.

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Chen reveals secrets of success in Queenstown

22 May 2012 / News articles

High-profile public law specialist Mai Chen has shared her secrets of success with 200 Queenstown businesswomen 

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Litigation not always the best option for client

18 May 2012 / News articles

Mai Chen speaking at the University of Otago, Faculty of Law on litigation not always being the best option for the client.

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