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Dr. Teleiai Lalotoa Mulitalo Seumanutafa performs a traditional dance

Published on:08 September at 08:25AM
Author: Research Chair on Legal Diversity and Indigenous Peoples

Dr. Teleiai Lalotoa Mulitalo Seumanutafa undertook a short-term visiting fellowship at the University of Queensland funded mainly by the Legitimus Project. The purpose of the visit was to convert her PhD thesis: “The consequences of legal pluralism for law reform in the South Pacific” into a book, which was published in 2018. Dr. Mulitalo returned to the University of Queensland in 2017 to launch a related work: “Legislative Drafting in the Pacific Context.” At the launch, she performed a traditional dance in Samoan dress.

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