Professor Matthew Conaglen

LLB (Hons) (Auck) LLM (Mich) PhD (Cantab)
Professor of Equity and Trusts

F10 - Law School (Camperdown)
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9114 0962
Fax +61 2 9351 0200

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Biographical details

Professor Conaglen is Professor of Equity and Trusts at the University of Sydney Law School. He teaches and researches in the fields of equity, trusts and obligations. He is the author of Fiduciary Loyalty: Protecting the Due Performance of Non-Fiduciary Duties (Hart, 2010), and a co-author of Snell's Equity (33rd ed, Sweet & Maxwell, 2015), as well as numerous book chapters and articles in leading journals both internationally and domestically. His writing has been cited by the High Court of Australia, the Privy Council, the Singaporean Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court of New Zealand and the Court of Appeal of England and Wales, as well as numerous lower courts in those jurisdictions. He came to Sydney from the University of Cambridge, where he was a Reader in Equity and Trusts.

Professor Conaglen is an Academic Barrister in New South Wales. Prior to becoming an academic, he was a Senior Solicitor at a major New Zealand law firm where he was involved in a wide range of commercial litigation. In recognition of his expertise in the fields of teaching and research in the Chancery sphere, he was made an Academic Member of the Chancery Bar Association in England. Professor Conaglen is a graduate of the University of Auckland, the University of Michigan and the University of Cambridge.

Research interests

  • Equity
  • Trusts
  • Property
  • Obligations (with a particular interest in Fiduciary Obligations)

Teaching and supervision

  • Equity
  • Introduction to Property and Commercial Law
  • Foundations of Law

Selected publications

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Books

  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Fiduciary Loyalty: Protecting the Due Performance of Non-Fiduciary Duties. Portland, USA: Hart Publishing.

Book Chapters

  • Hill, J., Conaglen, M. (2018). Directors' duties and legal safe harbours: A comparative analysis. In D. Gordon Smith and Andrew S. Gold (Eds.), Research Handbook on Fiduciary Law, (pp. 305-330). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M. (2018). Trust arbitration clauses. In Richard C. Nolan, Kelvin F. Low, Tang Hang Wu (Eds.), Trusts and Modern Wealth Management, (pp. 76-129). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M. (2017). Brickenden. In Simone Degeling, Jason NE Varuhas (Eds.), Equitable Compensation and Disgorgement of Profit, (pp. 111-142). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Conaglen, M. (2017). Electronic Conveyancing of Real Property in Europe: Two Models, The English and the Finnish One. In Luz M. Martinez Velencoso, Saki Bailey, Andrea Pradi (Eds.), Transfer of Immovables in European Private Law, (pp. 20-53). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Conaglen, M. (2017). Synthesis of Comparative Case Studies by Jurisdiction (chapters 1 - 15). In Luz M. Martinez Velencoso, Saki Bailey, Andrea Pradi (Eds.), Transfer of Immovables in European Private Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Conaglen, M. (2016). Equity's role. In P G Turner (Eds.), Equity and Administration, (pp. 503-526). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Creation and Setting Aside of Mortgages. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 885-904). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Discharge of Mortgages. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 989-993). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M. (2015). Fiduciaries. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 137-198). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Liens. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 1001-1015). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Pledges. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 995-999). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Priorities of Mortgages. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 983-987). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Suretyship. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 1017-1034). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). The Nature and Classification of Securities. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 879-883). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). The Rights and Interest of the Mortgagee. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 925-963). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). The Rights and Interest of the Mortgagor. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 905-923). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M. (2015). The Transfer of Immoveables in England and Wales: A Brief Introduction. In Andrea Pradi (Eds.), From Contract to Registration: An Overview of the Transfer of Immoveable Property in Europe, (pp. 121-130). Trento: University of Trento.
  • Conaglen, M. (2014). Australia. In David Brownbill, Adam Cloherty, Edward Cumming, Jessica Hughes, Daniel Warents (Eds.), International Trusts Law, (pp. A2.1-A2.30). United Kingdom: Jordan Publishing Ltd.
  • Conaglen, M. (2013). Trusts and Intention. In Edwin Simpson, Miranda Stewart (Eds.), Sham Transactions, (pp. 122-140). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. [More Information]
  • Nolan, R., Conaglen, M. (2010). Good faith: what does it mean for fiduciaries, and what does it tell us about them? In Elise Bant, Matthew Harding (Eds.), Exploring Private Law, (pp. 319-342). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Conaglen, M., Goymour, A. (2010). Knowing Receipt and Registered Land. In Charles Mitchell (Eds.), Constructive and Resulting Trusts, (pp. 159-182). Oxford and Portland: Hart Publishing.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Fiduciaries. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity 31st edition, (pp. 145-195). UK: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd.

Journals

  • Conaglen, M. (2016). Equitable Compensation for Breach of Trust: Off Target. Melbourne University Law Review, 40(1), 126-167.
  • Conaglen, M. (2015). The Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Trusts. Cambridge Law Journal, 74(3), 450-479. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M. (2014). Proprietary Remedies for Breach of Fiduciary Duty. Cambridge Law Journal, 73(3), 490-493. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M., Nolan, R. (2013). Contracts and Knowing Receipt: Principles and Application. The Law Quarterly Review, 129(3), 359-379.
  • Conaglen, M. (2013). Fiduciary duties and voluntary undertakings. Journal of Equity, 7(1), 105-127.
  • Conaglen, M. (2013). Interaction between statutory and general law duties concerning company director conflicts. Company and Securities Law Journal, 31(7), 403-422.
  • Conaglen, M., Weaver, E. (2012). Protectors as Fiduciaries: Theory and Practice. Trusts and Trustees, 18(1), 1-19. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M. (2011). Difficulties with Tracing Backwards. The Law Quarterly Review, 127, 432-455.
  • Conaglen, M. (2011). Reviewing the Review of Fiduciary Discretions. Cambridge Law Journal, 70(2), 301-304.
  • Conaglen, M. (2011). The Extent of Fiduciary Accounting and the Importance of Authorisation Mechanisms. Cambridge Law Journal, 70(3), 548-578. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Explaining Target Holdings v Redferns. Journal of Equity, 4(3), 288-294.
  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Fiduciary Duties in Canada. Cambridge Law Journal, 69(3), 450-452.
  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Remedial Ramifications of Conflicts between a Fiduciary's Duties. The Law Quarterly Review, 126, 72-101.
  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Subrogation, Accounting and Unjust Enrichment. Cambridge Law Journal, 69(1), 30-33.
  • Conaglen, M. (2009). Fiduciary Regulation of Conflicts between Duties. The Law Quarterly Review, 125, 111-141.
  • Conaglen, M. (2008). Public-Private Intersection: Comparing Fiduciary Conflict Doctrine and Bias. Public Law, 1(202), 58-83.
  • Conaglen, M. (2008). Sham Trusts. Cambridge Law Journal, 67(1), 176-207. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M. (2008). Thinking about Proprietary Remedies for Breach of Confidence. Intellectual Property Quarterly, 2008 (1), 82-109.
  • Conaglen, M. (2007). Recipient Liability in Equity. Cambridge Law Journal, 66(3), 515-517.
  • Conaglen, M. (2007). Strict Liability for Receipt of Misapplied Trust Property – Confusion Abounds. Cambridge Law Journal, 66(1), 19-22.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). A Re-Appraisal of the Fiduciary Self-Dealing and Fair-Dealing Rules. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(2), 366-396.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Dishonesty in the Context of Assistance – Again. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(1), 18-21.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Hastings-Bass and Third Parties. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(3), 499-502.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Mortgagee Powers Rhetoric. The Modern Law Review, 69(4), 583-600.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Strict Fiduciary Loyalty and Accounts of Profits. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(2), 278-281.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Trustee (In)Discretion. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(1), 15-18. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Book Reviews: The Quistclose Trust. Edited by William Swadling. Cambridge Law Journal, 64(1), 249-251.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Conflicting duties owed by solicitors acting for multiple clients. Cambridge Law Journal, 64(2), 291-293.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Contests between rival trust beneficiaries. Cambridge Law Journal, 64(1), 45-48.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Directorial Disclosure. Cambridge Law Journal, 64(1), 48-51.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). The Nature and Function of Fiduciary Loyalty. The Law Quarterly Review, 121, 452-480.
  • Conaglen, M. (2004). Judicial Review of Trustees’ Discretionary Decisions. Cambridge Law Journal, 63(2), 283-286.
  • Conaglen, M. (2003). Disciplinary Investigations and Legal Professional Privilege. Cambridge Law Journal, 62(3), 580-583.
  • Conaglen, M. (2003). Equitable Compensation for Breach of Fiduciary Dealing Rules. The Law Quarterly Review, 119, 246-271.
  • Conaglen, M. (2001). Fiduciary Liability and Contribution to Loss. Cambridge Law Journal, 60(3), 480-483.
  • Conaglen, M. (1999). Book Review of J. Dietrich, "Restitution: A New Perspective". New Zealand Universities Law Review, 18, 431-434.
  • Conaglen, M. (1999). Duress, Undue Influence and Unconscionable Bargains: The Theoretical Mesh. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 18, 509-545.
  • Conaglen, M. (1998). Justifying Politically Correct Language: A Fresh Start. Public Law Review, 9, 183-195.
  • Conaglen, M. (1998). Retention of Title Clauses and New Products. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 4(114), 119.
  • Conaglen, M. (1996). "Retaining" Title to Mixtures and Manufactured Goods: A Principled Re-Appraisal. Denning Law Journal, 11, 23-61.
  • Conaglen, M., Hollyman, R. (1996). Fiduciary relationships in commercial settings: Some thoughts on recent New Zealand cases (Part I). New Zealand Law Journal, January, 13-17.
  • Conaglen, M., Hollyman, R. (1996). Fiduciary relationships in commercial settings: Some thoughts on recent New Zealand cases (Part II). New Zealand Law Journal, February, 54-58.
  • Conaglen, M. (1996). Voidable Preferences under the Companies Act 1993: A Change in Focus. New Zealand Law Review, 1996 (2), 197-214.
  • Conaglen, M. (1994). Judicial Supremacy: an alternative constitutional theory. Auckland University Law Review, 7, 665-690.
  • Conaglen, M. (1993). Television New Zealand v Prebble, Court of Appeal. 14 May 1993, CA 161/92. Auckland University Law Review, 7, 448-454.

2018

  • Hill, J., Conaglen, M. (2018). Directors' duties and legal safe harbours: A comparative analysis. In D. Gordon Smith and Andrew S. Gold (Eds.), Research Handbook on Fiduciary Law, (pp. 305-330). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M. (2018). Trust arbitration clauses. In Richard C. Nolan, Kelvin F. Low, Tang Hang Wu (Eds.), Trusts and Modern Wealth Management, (pp. 76-129). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]

2017

  • Conaglen, M. (2017). Brickenden. In Simone Degeling, Jason NE Varuhas (Eds.), Equitable Compensation and Disgorgement of Profit, (pp. 111-142). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Conaglen, M. (2017). Electronic Conveyancing of Real Property in Europe: Two Models, The English and the Finnish One. In Luz M. Martinez Velencoso, Saki Bailey, Andrea Pradi (Eds.), Transfer of Immovables in European Private Law, (pp. 20-53). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Conaglen, M. (2017). Synthesis of Comparative Case Studies by Jurisdiction (chapters 1 - 15). In Luz M. Martinez Velencoso, Saki Bailey, Andrea Pradi (Eds.), Transfer of Immovables in European Private Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2016

  • Conaglen, M. (2016). Equitable Compensation for Breach of Trust: Off Target. Melbourne University Law Review, 40(1), 126-167.
  • Conaglen, M. (2016). Equity's role. In P G Turner (Eds.), Equity and Administration, (pp. 503-526). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [More Information]

2015

  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Creation and Setting Aside of Mortgages. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 885-904). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Discharge of Mortgages. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 989-993). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M. (2015). Fiduciaries. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 137-198). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Liens. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 1001-1015). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Pledges. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 995-999). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Priorities of Mortgages. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 983-987). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). Suretyship. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 1017-1034). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M. (2015). The Enforceability of Arbitration Clauses in Trusts. Cambridge Law Journal, 74(3), 450-479. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). The Nature and Classification of Securities. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 879-883). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). The Rights and Interest of the Mortgagee. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 925-963). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M., Bridge, S. (2015). The Rights and Interest of the Mortgagor. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity - 33rd Edition, (pp. 905-923). United Kingdom: Sweet & Maxwell.
  • Conaglen, M. (2015). The Transfer of Immoveables in England and Wales: A Brief Introduction. In Andrea Pradi (Eds.), From Contract to Registration: An Overview of the Transfer of Immoveable Property in Europe, (pp. 121-130). Trento: University of Trento.

2014

  • Conaglen, M. (2014). Australia. In David Brownbill, Adam Cloherty, Edward Cumming, Jessica Hughes, Daniel Warents (Eds.), International Trusts Law, (pp. A2.1-A2.30). United Kingdom: Jordan Publishing Ltd.
  • Conaglen, M. (2014). Proprietary Remedies for Breach of Fiduciary Duty. Cambridge Law Journal, 73(3), 490-493. [More Information]

2013

  • Conaglen, M., Nolan, R. (2013). Contracts and Knowing Receipt: Principles and Application. The Law Quarterly Review, 129(3), 359-379.
  • Conaglen, M. (2013). Fiduciary duties and voluntary undertakings. Journal of Equity, 7(1), 105-127.
  • Conaglen, M. (2013). Interaction between statutory and general law duties concerning company director conflicts. Company and Securities Law Journal, 31(7), 403-422.
  • Conaglen, M. (2013). Trusts and Intention. In Edwin Simpson, Miranda Stewart (Eds.), Sham Transactions, (pp. 122-140). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. [More Information]

2012

  • Conaglen, M., Weaver, E. (2012). Protectors as Fiduciaries: Theory and Practice. Trusts and Trustees, 18(1), 1-19. [More Information]

2011

  • Conaglen, M. (2011). Difficulties with Tracing Backwards. The Law Quarterly Review, 127, 432-455.
  • Conaglen, M. (2011). Reviewing the Review of Fiduciary Discretions. Cambridge Law Journal, 70(2), 301-304.
  • Conaglen, M. (2011). The Extent of Fiduciary Accounting and the Importance of Authorisation Mechanisms. Cambridge Law Journal, 70(3), 548-578. [More Information]

2010

  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Explaining Target Holdings v Redferns. Journal of Equity, 4(3), 288-294.
  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Fiduciary Duties in Canada. Cambridge Law Journal, 69(3), 450-452.
  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Fiduciary Loyalty: Protecting the Due Performance of Non-Fiduciary Duties. Portland, USA: Hart Publishing.
  • Nolan, R., Conaglen, M. (2010). Good faith: what does it mean for fiduciaries, and what does it tell us about them? In Elise Bant, Matthew Harding (Eds.), Exploring Private Law, (pp. 319-342). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Conaglen, M., Goymour, A. (2010). Knowing Receipt and Registered Land. In Charles Mitchell (Eds.), Constructive and Resulting Trusts, (pp. 159-182). Oxford and Portland: Hart Publishing.
  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Remedial Ramifications of Conflicts between a Fiduciary's Duties. The Law Quarterly Review, 126, 72-101.
  • Conaglen, M. (2010). Subrogation, Accounting and Unjust Enrichment. Cambridge Law Journal, 69(1), 30-33.

2009

  • Conaglen, M. (2009). Fiduciary Regulation of Conflicts between Duties. The Law Quarterly Review, 125, 111-141.

2008

  • Conaglen, M. (2008). Public-Private Intersection: Comparing Fiduciary Conflict Doctrine and Bias. Public Law, 1(202), 58-83.
  • Conaglen, M. (2008). Sham Trusts. Cambridge Law Journal, 67(1), 176-207. [More Information]
  • Conaglen, M. (2008). Thinking about Proprietary Remedies for Breach of Confidence. Intellectual Property Quarterly, 2008 (1), 82-109.

2007

  • Conaglen, M. (2007). Recipient Liability in Equity. Cambridge Law Journal, 66(3), 515-517.
  • Conaglen, M. (2007). Strict Liability for Receipt of Misapplied Trust Property – Confusion Abounds. Cambridge Law Journal, 66(1), 19-22.

2006

  • Conaglen, M. (2006). A Re-Appraisal of the Fiduciary Self-Dealing and Fair-Dealing Rules. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(2), 366-396.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Dishonesty in the Context of Assistance – Again. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(1), 18-21.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Hastings-Bass and Third Parties. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(3), 499-502.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Mortgagee Powers Rhetoric. The Modern Law Review, 69(4), 583-600.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Strict Fiduciary Loyalty and Accounts of Profits. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(2), 278-281.
  • Conaglen, M. (2006). Trustee (In)Discretion. Cambridge Law Journal, 65(1), 15-18. [More Information]

2005

  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Book Reviews: The Quistclose Trust. Edited by William Swadling. Cambridge Law Journal, 64(1), 249-251.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Conflicting duties owed by solicitors acting for multiple clients. Cambridge Law Journal, 64(2), 291-293.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Contests between rival trust beneficiaries. Cambridge Law Journal, 64(1), 45-48.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Directorial Disclosure. Cambridge Law Journal, 64(1), 48-51.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). Fiduciaries. In John McGhee (Eds.), Snell's Equity 31st edition, (pp. 145-195). UK: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd.
  • Conaglen, M. (2005). The Nature and Function of Fiduciary Loyalty. The Law Quarterly Review, 121, 452-480.

2004

  • Conaglen, M. (2004). Judicial Review of Trustees’ Discretionary Decisions. Cambridge Law Journal, 63(2), 283-286.

2003

  • Conaglen, M. (2003). Disciplinary Investigations and Legal Professional Privilege. Cambridge Law Journal, 62(3), 580-583.
  • Conaglen, M. (2003). Equitable Compensation for Breach of Fiduciary Dealing Rules. The Law Quarterly Review, 119, 246-271.

2001

  • Conaglen, M. (2001). Fiduciary Liability and Contribution to Loss. Cambridge Law Journal, 60(3), 480-483.

1999

  • Conaglen, M. (1999). Book Review of J. Dietrich, "Restitution: A New Perspective". New Zealand Universities Law Review, 18, 431-434.
  • Conaglen, M. (1999). Duress, Undue Influence and Unconscionable Bargains: The Theoretical Mesh. New Zealand Universities Law Review, 18, 509-545.

1998

  • Conaglen, M. (1998). Justifying Politically Correct Language: A Fresh Start. Public Law Review, 9, 183-195.
  • Conaglen, M. (1998). Retention of Title Clauses and New Products. New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, 4(114), 119.

1996

  • Conaglen, M. (1996). "Retaining" Title to Mixtures and Manufactured Goods: A Principled Re-Appraisal. Denning Law Journal, 11, 23-61.
  • Conaglen, M., Hollyman, R. (1996). Fiduciary relationships in commercial settings: Some thoughts on recent New Zealand cases (Part I). New Zealand Law Journal, January, 13-17.
  • Conaglen, M., Hollyman, R. (1996). Fiduciary relationships in commercial settings: Some thoughts on recent New Zealand cases (Part II). New Zealand Law Journal, February, 54-58.
  • Conaglen, M. (1996). Voidable Preferences under the Companies Act 1993: A Change in Focus. New Zealand Law Review, 1996 (2), 197-214.

1994

  • Conaglen, M. (1994). Judicial Supremacy: an alternative constitutional theory. Auckland University Law Review, 7, 665-690.

1993

  • Conaglen, M. (1993). Television New Zealand v Prebble, Court of Appeal. 14 May 1993, CA 161/92. Auckland University Law Review, 7, 448-454.

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