He went to university but failed to complete either a BA in English or a teacher training course, before turning to law. He started in commercial law and then went into criminal practice and became more and more concerned about the links between race, poverty and crime. He eventually became the principal Youth Court Justice for New Zealand in 1989. He has also been chancellor of Auckland University.
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