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The Rules Committee

The Rules Committee

Court procedures are formulated by the judiciary (judges) and the Rules Committee, which is a statutory body made up of judges, lawyers, the solicitor general, the attorney general and the chief executive of the Ministry of Justice. This is the Rules Committee in 2011. Absent from the photo are the solicitor general, the attorney general and the chief executive of the Ministry of Justice.

Photograph courtesy of the Rules Committee

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Photograph by Marguerite Hill

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Matthew Palmer, 'Constitution - Judicial limits on the executive', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/photograph/35890/the-rules-committee (accessed 18 October 2019)

Story by Matthew Palmer, published 20 Jun 2012