Our main objectives are to foster, promote and nurture the whakawhanaungtanga (togetherness) of our students and provide support, guidance, pastoral care and facilitation of academic excellence. We have our own space in the Law Building where members can study, meet with their peers, have hot drinks, eat lunch and hang out in between classes.
Consider joining if...
Join our club if you want to become part of a friendly, supportive whanau that will make your time in Law School more achievable and enjoyable.
- Orientation events to welcome new members in and old members back to our whanau.
- A workshop aimed at helping you apply for summer-clerk and graduate positions before applications are due in March.
- Tikanga Māori workshops to ensure the cultural competency of our members and answer those difficult questions.
- A seminar series featuring notable judges, lawyers, politicians, and campaigners in term 3.
- Our own mooting competition, the kaupapa Māori moot, with plenty of preparation sessions beforehand. A great way to get a head start on the competition.
- An end-of-year dinner following exams to celebrate our success.