Judge Boshier joins Law Commission
Tue, 10 Jul 2012 11:50a.m.
Principal Family Court Judge Peter Boshier will join the Law Commission later this year.
Justice Minister Judith Collins announced his appointment for a five-year term, from December 10, today.
Judge Boshier will join Sir Grant Hammond, Professor Geoff McLay and Dr Wayne Mapp as members of the commission, and will divide his time between the Law Commission and his work as a District Court judge.
"Judge Boshier's vast experience in many facets of the law and his extensive administrative experience will be significant assets to the Law Commission," Ms Collins said.
Judge Boshier has been the Principal Family Court Judge since 2004, after serving on the District Court bench since 1988.
He completed a review of the Family Court in 1993, which led to a number of changes to the court's processes.
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10/07/2012 12:41:13 p.m.
D. Pitman wrote:
Time fora New Zealand Constitution. Without any Treaty Of Waitangi. 1) All people are created equal. 2)All Air, Water, Mineral Wealth Foreshore and Seabed belong to the people. Not even government(s)
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