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  • LEX & LORE Episode 1: The Push-Me-Pull-You of ACC Coverage | The Safety Valve of Three-Strikes Sentencing
    From whose perspective should the risk of an unforeseen medical consequence be considered for the purposes of ACC compensation? Should unforeseen consequences be approached holistically by the courts, or broken up into a series of events? How do courts distinguish between injury and illness? Geoff and Dr Eddie Clark discuss the critical cases that provide an insight into these divisions in our healthcare system.
  • LEX & LORE Episode 4: Drive-By Surveillance | Desperately Seeking a Platform for Repugnant Opinions | Borrowdale & the First 9 Days of Lockdown
    Welsh police acquire digital images of Mr Bridges face while he is in Cardiff central city, and later at a protest. Facial recognition software extracts Mr Bridges' facial biometric information in real time and compares it with the information of persons on specific watchlists. Is this type of activity moving into a "search" by the state, even though the expectation of privacy in a public space is low? How would this play out in New Zealand?
  • LEX & LORE Episode 2: The Big Hot Ball of Wax: Legalities of the Lockdown
    During a national emergency arising out of a global pandemic that many countries are still struggling to contain, the government provided advice on voluntary compliance measures to isolate the threat by restricting contact between everyone but those we lived with, on a nationwide scale. The voluntary compliance approach was predicated on government press conference messaging to co-opt the goodwill of a “team of five million”, with the lens of the law focused on a network of regulatory tools. How should the legally-minded think about the flexible but necessarily murky approach taken by the executive in light of its failure to fit with traditional rule of law standards; standards of certainty, and clarity?