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Claudia Geiringer (born 1968) is a New Zealand professor of law.
Geiringer did an LLB at Victoria University of Wellington, a BA (Hons) at the University of Otago and a LLM at Columbia Law School in New York City as a Fulbright Scholar, an Ethel Benjamin Scholar and a James Kent Scholar. From 1996-2001 Geiringer work as Crown Counsel in the Bill of Rights team at the Crown Law Office. She received Marsden funding in the 2013 round.
- Seeing the world whole : essays in honour of Sir Kenneth Keith
- What's the hurry? : urgency in the New Zealand legislative process 1987-2010
- The Dead Hand of the Bill of Rights? : Is the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 a Substantive Legal Constraint on Parliament's Power to Legislate?
- On a Road to Nowhere : Implied Declarations of Inconsistency and the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act
- Historical background to the Muriwhenua land claim
- "Claudia Geiringer - Faculty of Law - Victoria University of Wellington". Victoria.ac.nz. 2013-02-26. Retrieved 2014-06-18.
- "Legal Research « 2013 Highlights « Awarded Grants « Marsden Fund « Funds « Funds, Medals & Competitions « Royal Society of New Zealand". Royalsociety.org.nz. Retrieved 2014-06-18.
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