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Property Law Half-Day Conference 2017 (in person)

The Half-Day Conference will again provide practically focused sessions on a range of pertinent and interesting property law topics presented by experts in their fields. It will be of value to all those practising in the area of property law.

Presenters: Justin March, Partner, DLA Piper; Michelle Hill, Senior Associate, Kensington Swan; Thomas Gibbons, Director, McCaw Lewis; Ian Jespersen, Senior Associate, Burton Partners; Eugen Trombitas, Partner, PwC | Chair: Joanna Pidgeon, Principal, Pidgeon Law
Conference CPD4hrs
Members $335.00
Non-members $400.00
Auckland Central

Property Law Half-Day Conference 2017 (live stream)

The Half-Day Conference will again provide practically focused sessions on a range of pertinent and interesting property law topics presented by experts in their fields. It will be of value to all those practising in the area of property law.

Presenters: Justin March, Partner, DLA Piper; Michelle Hill, Senior Associate, Kensington Swan; Thomas Gibbons, Director, McCaw Lewis; Ian Jespersen, Senior Associate, Burton Partners; Eugen Trombitas, Partner, PwC | Chair: Joanna Pidgeon, Principal, Pidgeon Law
Live Stream CPD4hrs
Members $335.00
Non-members $400.00

In-House Counsel – Who Is Your New Client? (webinar)

The range of entities which In-House Counsel can advise and represent has widened under the Shared Services Rule Change , but it is still important for them to take care. How does the change affect you and for whom can you now provide services? This webinar will discuss the Shared Services Rule Change, its impact and implementation including the requirement of independence, and the scope of legal professional privilege between In-House Counsel and their employer.

Presenters: Saar Cohen-Ronen, Crown Counsel; John Blair, General Counsel Air New Zealand Ltd
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $95.00
Auckland Central

Representing Refugees in the Immigration and Protection Tribunal (in person)

Representing refugees at the Immigration and Protection Tribunal is complex and demanding and these appeals require a different skill-set from other matters before the Tribunal. This seminar will provide practical guidance on how to best represent a client from initial meetings through to appearing at a hearing.

Presenters: John McBride, Barrister; Deborah Manning, Barrister | Chair: Martin Treadwell, Deputy Chair, Immigration and Protection Tribunal
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Auckland Central

Representing Refugees in the Immigration and Protection Tribunal (live stream)

Representing refugees at the Immigration and Protection Tribunal is complex and demanding and these appeals require a different skill-set from other matters before the Tribunal. This seminar will provide practical guidance on how to best represent a client from initial meetings through to appearing at a hearing.

Presenters: John McBride, Barrister; Deborah Manning, Barrister | Chair: Martin Treadwell, Deputy Chair, Immigration and Protection Tribunal
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00

Cyber Security for Lawyers – a Practitioner’s Perspective (webinar)

The use of technology in law firms creates obvious efficiencies but can come at the cost of information and system security. In the last few years, firms have had confidential documents exposed, information covertly harvested and been locked out of their systems.

Presenters: Edwin Lim, Partner, Hudson Gavin Martin; Caroline Herbert, Senior Solicitor, Hudson Gavin Martin
Webinar CPD1.25hrs
Members $85.00
Non-members $110.00
Auckland Central

Courtroom Advocacy - The Essential Skills: Managing the Expected and Unexpected (in person)

The next instalment in this well-received series will cover urgent applications and managing other matters that arise close to trial/hearing, in the civil and criminal context. More details coming soon.

Presenters: Fletcher Pilditch, Barrister, Richmond Chambers; Garry Williams, Barrister, Richmond Chambers | Chair: The Honourable Justice Moore
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Auckland Central

Courtroom Advocacy - The Essential Skills: Managing the Expected and Unexpected (live stream)

The next instalment in this well-received series will cover urgent applications and managing other matters that arise close to trial/hearing, in the civil and criminal context. More details coming soon.

Presenters: Fletcher Pilditch, Barrister, Richmond Chambers; Garry Williams, Barrister, Richmond Chambers | Chair: The Honourable Justice Moore
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00

Self-Represented Persons & Community Groups in the Environment Court (webinar)

With increasing numbers of self-represented persons and community groups appearing in the Environment Court, having diverse (and potentially conflicting) interests and often limited budgets, accommodating and managing them is becoming increasingly important. This webinar will provide judicial and counsel perspectives and insights, with a view to assisting counsel and others appearing before the Court.

Presenters: His Honour Judge Newhook; Rob Enright, Barrister | Chair & Commentator: John Burns, Consultant, Kirkland Morrison O’Callahan & Ho Limited
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $95.00

The Food Act 2014: A Smorgasbord of the Major Changes (webinar)

The Food Act 2014 is the most significant change affecting businesses involved in the food industry for a long time. For lawyers, being able to advise clients on the new features of the Food Act, particularly with regard to the sliding scale of risk and the new offence provisions, will be of great importance and a means of adding value.

Presenters: Ciska de Rijk, Senior Regulatory Affairs Consultant, Simpson Grierson; Valerie Adams, Compliance Director, All Systems Go; Phil Szpera, Compliance Assurance & Labelling Specialist, All Systems Go
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $95.00
Bay of Plenty

Practical Commentary on Running Employment Cases (in person)

Running employment requires a range of litigation skills given that practitioners may appear in both the Employment Relations Authority and the Employment Court and that each of these has their own rules and approaches.

Presenters: Her Honour Judge Inglis, Employment Court; James Crichton, Chief of the Employment Relations Authority; Catherine Stewart, Barrister | Chair: Kate Ashcroft, Partner, Copeland Ashcroft Law
Seminar CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Auckland Central

Practical Commentary on Running Employment Cases (live stream)

Running employment requires a range of litigation skills given that practitioners may appear in both the Employment Relations Authority and the Employment Court and that each of these has their own rules and approaches.

Presenters: Her Honour Judge Inglis, Employment Court; James Crichton, Chief of the Employment Relations Authority; Catherine Stewart, Barrister | Chair: Kate Ashcroft, Partner, Copeland Ashcroft Law
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Auckland Central

Running an Effective Jury Trial (seminar)

Jury trials require a specific set of advocacy skills. Given the serious nature of cases heard in a jury trial setting, ‘getting it wrong’ can have significant implications for the accused – and for defence counsel. Aptitude in preparation and presentation is key.

Presenters: His Honour Judge Sharp; Paul Dacre QC; Marie Dyhrberg QC; Steve Bonnar QC; Simon Lance, Barrister | Chair: His Honour Judge Sharp
Seminar CPD6.75hrs
Members $325.00
Non-members $435.00
Early bird pricing ends 26/02/2017
Auckland Central

Finding Your Way: Guidance and Insights on Career Pathways and Options (in person)

In 2017, will you dive into your legal role with vigour or crawl back to it reluctantly? Addressing a range of topics that will encourage you to take stock of what makes you happy and where you want your career to go, this forum is brought to by panellists with wide-ranging experience in the legal field and representing a spectrum of careers.

Presenters: David Bigio QC; Judith Eller, Director and Senior Consultant, Legal Personnel; Sarah Keene, Partner, Russell McVeagh; Liesl Knox, General Counsel, Flexi Cards; Rory MacDonald, Partner, MacDonald Lewis Law
Forum CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00
Auckland Central

Finding Your Way: Guidance and Insights on Career Pathways and Options (live stream)

In 2017, will you dive into your legal role with vigour or crawl back to it reluctantly? Addressing a range of topics that will encourage you to take stock of what makes you happy and where you want your career to go, this forum is brought to by panellists with wide-ranging experience in the legal field and representing a spectrum of careers.

Presenters: David Bigio QC; Judith Eller, Director and Senior Consultant, Legal Personnel; Sarah Keene, Partner, Russell McVeagh; Liesl Knox, General Counsel, Flexi Cards; Rory MacDonald, Partner, MacDonald Lewis Law
Live Stream CPD2hrs
Members $125.00
Non-members $180.00

Commercial Law Series: How Secured is your Client? - Why it is Important to Understand the Marshalling Doctrine (webinar)

Marshalling is a long-standing equitable doctrine. For the informed practitioner, the doctrine may offer tactical and legal opportunities not necessarily apparent to the unwary. Authorities on marshalling are sparse but recent decisions in the UK and New Zealand evidence that the doctrine could be applied more vigorously to great effect.

Presenters: Sean Gollin, Partner, MinterEllisonRuddWatts; Mihai Pascariu, Senior Associate, MinterEllisonRuddWatts
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $95.00

Mental Health Issues and Sentencing: Options and Dilemmas (webinar)

The complexities of sentencing are only added to when mental health issues are at play. This webinar will consider some of the issues that may arise including the taking of instructions and how lawyers may best represent their clients both in terms of the Sentencing Act 2002 and the Criminal Procedure (Mental Impaired Persons) Act 2003.

Presenters: His Honour Judge Recordon; Justin Harder, Barrister, Sentinel Chambers
Webinar CPD1hr
Members $75.00
Non-members $95.00