Patrick Corish

Law Clerk
Patrick Corish

Patrick Corish is a Law Clerk at Franks Ogilvie.

He finished his LLB/BA at Victoria University of Wellington in 2019 majoring in Philosophy and International Relations.

He was a researcher for the New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union and a project coordinator for the Free Speech Coalition. He occasionally hosts the Free Speech Coalition Podcast.

His main interest is in public law and the relationship between law and economics. He is currently studying for the Bar.

Patrick enjoys tai chi and playing Go (an ancient Chinese board game) during his free time.

in the news
February 20, 2020

Franks Ogilvie Law Clerk, Patrick Corish, joined Radio NZ's The Panel yesterday on behalf of the Free Speech Coalition. You canhear what he had to say about SkyCity's decision to cancel Peter Singer's talk at their venue by listening here.

December 16, 2019

Our law clerk Patrick Corish recently interviewed Dr Michael Johnston (Assoc Dean of Education at Victoria University of Wellington) on his campaign to get NZ universities to adopt the University of Chicago‘s statement on free speech. You can listen to the interview on the Free Speech Coalition podcast here.

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