Marcus Roberts was two years out of law school when he decided that practising law was no longer for him. He therefore went back to Auckland University and did his LLM while tutoring at the new law school at the Aucland University of Technology. He has just started a new job teaching contract law at Auckland University. Aside from law, his passions include running and reading (particularly philosophy, apologetics and history) and supporting the New Zealand cricket team (which counts as penance for a vast multitude of sins).
Bring Out Your Dead!
Marcus Roberts | 21 Sep 2012
As we age, we get closer to death, but what are we going to do about the all of those bodies?
A Return to Lagos
Marcus Roberts | 19 Sep 2012
An editorial from Nigeria - what do those in a country with an "exploding population" think?
The Challenge Against Immigration
Marcus Roberts | 14 Sep 2012
While immigration may make up for low birth rates, not everyone is happy about it in the UK.
Human Trafficking - The Progeny of the One Child Policy
Marcus Roberts | 12 Sep 2012
The One Child Policy isn't merely an injustice against the unborn and their parents...
We're all heading to...Switzerland!
Marcus Roberts | 5 Sep 2012
Switzerland - another country mainly relying on immigration to fuel population growth.
Letter From Nigeria
Marcus Roberts | 3 Sep 2012
A letter to the editor in Nigeria concerning population, birth control and Western condescension.
Raising the IQ of Both Countries
Marcus Roberts | 29 Aug 2012
Record numbers of New Zealanders are heading to Australia.
Marcus Roberts | 27 Aug 2012
A geeky post - the type that we all love!
The Business of Ageing
Marcus Roberts | 22 Aug 2012
Ageing in Asia is an opportunity for savvy business types.
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