A to Z of New Zealand Law Topics
The new benchmark
in legal research
A to Z  is a dynamic online topic based treatment of New Zealand law that gets you
up to speed on a legal issue quickly, and acts as a springboard for wider research.
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Your first point of reference
With 42 key topics available now, A to Z  will deliver to
you expertly penned and detailed analysis from highly respected Thomson Reuters titles, such as The Law of Torts
in New Zealand
 and Civil Remedies in New Zealand,  as
well as a number of major new titles to be released progressively.
A to Z  will comprise 64 major topic areas and an ever evolving number of specialised topics, united by the same classification scheme used by Briefcase  and the New Zealand Legal Writing Index,  and will provide the first point of reference for research on any legal topic.
Peter Blanchard
Sir Peter Blanchard
Consulting Editor-in-Chief,
A to Z of New Zealand Law
Sir Peter Blanchard is one of New Zealand’s outstanding jurists. He was a partner in the Auckland office of law firm Simpson Grierson and a director of several listed companies until his appointment to the High Court in 1992. He became a Judge of the Court of Appeal in 1996 and of the Supreme Court of New Zealand in 2004 where he sat until retiring in 2012. He was appointed a Privy Councillor in 1998 and is a former Law Commissioner.
Undertake pinpoint research
The A to Z  classification scheme allows you to effortlessly find all relevant content on a particular topic across the
A to Z  collection.
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Link to wider content
A to Z  provides a 360 degree view of a topic, linking you to other relevant content including related materials and further resources, to ensure that your research is all-inclusive.
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Learn from the best
Written by experts in the field and updated as the law changes, A to Z  combines depth of analysis with practical
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Pick and choose from the A to Z topics
When complete, A to Z  will consist of 64 major topics.
With flexible subscription options available, select all A to Z  topics or only those in your areas of specialisation.
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