Kāhui Legal is a specialist law firm working at the forefront of Māori development and on legal issues that affect Māori and the interface between iwi and Māori organisations and the Crown, local government and other entities. We specialise in Treaty of Waitangi claims and settlement negotiations, governance, litigation, corporate and commercial law, public law, Māori land law, indigenous intellectual property, mātauranga Māori protection and recognition, Māori intellectual property and trade mark strategy and protection.
We are a Māori business that lives and breathes Māori kaupapa every day. We are experienced legal advisors that strives for new and innovative solutions to address a broad range of issues that whānau, hapū, iwi and Māori face on a day-to-day basis. We rely on our experience to inform and build capability and capacity in relation to the acknowledgement, recognition, and protection of indigenous rights, including mātauranga Māori and reconciliation with other forms of intangible assets.
We can easily distil the unique aspects of an indigenous or Te Tiriti o Waitangi consistent framework, creating bespoke models and frameworks consistent with an indigenous world view, to support and enable Māori and indigenous communities to make informed decisions, including cultural or business decisions, in relation to their intangible assets, including mātauranga Māori.