PACIFIC LEGAL STUDIES AT VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON 1983 TO 1987
AbstractThe teaching of this subject in Wellington is now in its third year. When originally mooted in the Law Faculty in 1982 it was decided that the programme should be offered every second year. That plan has been maintained to date. Though the numbers enrolled in the course have not been large they have, relative to the other half subjects with which Pacific Legal Studies is grouped, been good. The range of students to date seems to be typical of the range of students in the Law Faculty. The only unusual factor which may or may not be indicative of a trend is that of the fifteen enrolled in the programme this year thirteen are female. Most students enrol out of interest and are anxious to learn something about the life and customs of those in the Pacific regions to the north of New Zealand.
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