Jane Kelsey

By Peter Calder In Commentary

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15th November, 2003
Jane Kelsey is at home, but by appointment only. She's installed in the study built above the roofline of her Mt Wellington house, with views across fields to the ribbon of the Southern Motorway. It's as neat as a nunnery - even the half-size billiard table, stacked with piles of papers, can't disperse the atmosphere of scholarly diligence. Kelsey, a professor of law at the University of Auckland, who will deliver the annual Bruce Jesson Foundation Public Lecture on November 17, is the country's most persistent and vocal watchdog of the doctrine appealingly known as "free trade". ...

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