Donald was a teacher at the Faculty of Law, University of Auckland, from 1968, taking early retirement as an Associate Professor in December 1998 after 31 years. During that time, he taught ‘Land Law’, ‘Vendor and Purchaser’, and, for a time, ‘Equity and Succession’.
- Chapter Review: Compulsory Consolidation in Arbitral Proceedings: An Infringement on Party Autonomy?
- Gas dispute to be aired in arbitration
- Where do directors’ duties lie once insolvency looms?
- Is a party required to accept non-contractual performance during a force majeure event?
- Separability and arbitral tribunals being ‘open business’??