Native-CouncilNative Council
Native Council are our webdesign team.


A website that teaches the basics of Te Reo Māori


NZ-law-societyNew Zealand Law Society
The New Zealand Law Society is a statutory body set up under the Law Practitioners Act 1982.


Global-Student-ExperienceGlobal Student Experience
GSE offers summer, quarter, semester, and year-long study abroad programs in Europe. Expand your college education by studying in Barcelona, Paris, Florence, and London.


Coalition-Community-LawCoalition of Community Law Centre Aotearoa Inc.
Community law centres provide a range of community legal services including legal advice, legal assistance and representation, legal information, legal education and law reform activities. This website offers free legal information, factsheets and guides, and contact details for local community law centres throughout Aotearoa.

Coalition-Community-LawWellington Community Law Centre
The Wellington Community Law Centre provides free legal advice, legal education, legal information and legal assistance to Māori. They are are located on Level 2, Community House, 84 Willis Street, Wellington. The contact number is: 04 499 2928.

Nga Ture Kaitiaki Community Law Centre
Click the link above for full contact details.

Ngai-tahu-law-centreNgai Tahu Māori Law Centre
Click the link above for full contact details.


Family-Law-SectionFamily Law Section of the New Zealand Law Society
The Family Law Section of the New Zealand Law Society was established in December 1997 in recognition of the special interests of family lawyers and the importance of family law in New Zealand. It was established to enable members to promote their common interest in family law and to act in matters affecting family law and family lawyers in New Zealand.

Property-law-sectionProperty Law Section of the New Zealand Law Society
The Property Law Section of the New Zealand Law Society was launched in April 2000 to help property lawyers meet the many changes and challenges of law practice in the 21st century and to support them as they deliver the highest possible quality service to their clients.

Maori-land-courtMāori Land Court
The Māori Land Court (Te Kooti Whenua Māori) is the New Zealand court that hears matters relating to Māori land. About 1.3 million hectares in New Zealand is designated as Māori freehold land, just under five percent of the total 26.4 million hectares in the country


Maori-land-courtSearch Māori Land Online 
Search Māori land records online.


Māori Land Information Base
The Māori Land Information Base (MLIB) is used to locate individual Māori land blocks on a computer-generated map. It contains Māori Land Court information about Māori freehold land, which the Māori Land Court in consultation with Māori has approved for release on the Internet.

Waitangi Tribunal 
The Waitangi Tribunal was established in 1975 by the Treaty of Waitangi Act 1975. The Tribunal is a permanent commission of inquiry charged with making recommendations on claims brought by Māori relating to actions or omissions of the Crown that breach the promises made in the Treaty of Waitangi.