In our inaugural podcast in the Te Waka Ture series for the Chapman Tripp Sound Counsel podcast, we sit down with senior associate Te Aopare Dewes and solicitor Liam Stoneley to discuss Te Ao Māori and the law.
Te Waka Ture, Chapman Tripp’s Māori Legal Group, specialises in providing commercial legal advice to iwi, hapū, Māori landowners, Māori businesses, and those looking to work with them, focusing specifically on post-Treaty settlement transactions, joint ventures, and collective iwi arrangements.
Listen to the Te Waka Ture podcast series here:
Podcast one: Tikanga in the law – a Matariki reflection
In our inaugural podcast Te Aopare and Liam discuss Tikanga in the law as we celebrate the rise of Matariki (the Māori New Year) and reflect on the year gone by and re-focus on the next 12 months ahead. Click here to read Te Aopare and Liam's LawNews opinion piece – Matariki: celebrating tikanga in the law.
Podcast two: The unique approach of iwi to corporate governance
In our second podcast Te Aopare and Liam discuss how iwi approach corporate governance and the key characteristics of Māori corporate governance.
Podcast three: Kia Kaha te Reo Māori
In our third podcast Te Aopare and Liam discuss what corporates, businesses and the legal profession are doing to encourage and promote the everyday use of te reo Māori, to mark Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week).
Podcast four: Are we moving closer to the partnership that Te Tiriti o Waitangi intended?
In our fourth podcast Te Aopare and senior solicitor Rachael Jones reflect on the Māori-Crown relationship and the developments that have occurred in 2019. They also reflect on a key question: are we moving closer to the partnership that Te Tiriti o Waitangi intended?