Tue 28 November | 4:00PM - 6:15PM | Auckland CBD venue to be confirmed

Synopsis

Te Ao Maori, or the Maori dimension, is an integral element of the practise of law in New Zealand. Its application isn’t restricted solely to matters regarding the Treaty of Waitangi or Maori Land Courts, but has a far more wide-ranging application. As a legal practitioner in New Zealand you will undoubtedly come across situations when you will need to either be aware of the protocol to follow or where knowledge of the application of certain aspects of legislation can greatly assist your clients.

This seminar will help you to discover and navigate those pathways.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn more about the Maori Language Act and its application in the practise of law.

  • Receive practical advice on how to observe formalities in court during special occasions such as the swearing in of a Judge or admission of a lawyer.

  • Gain a better understanding of how and when to perform a Karakia, mihi mihi, and other aspects of tikanga in court, your office and other legal situations.

  • Learn more about the requirements of section 27 of the Sentencing Act and how to best utilise it for your clients.

Who should attend?

All lawyers especially those who practice Maori law, have Maori clients or would like to learn more about Te Ao Maori and the law. This seminar will be useful to Criminal Law practitioners and Maori practitioners at all levels in various areas of practice.

 

In person registration only

Please note this page is only for registration to attend in person.

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Presenters

John Kahukiwa
Partner
Corban Revell

Te Kani Williams
Partner
Wackrow Williams & Davies Limited

Kingi Snelgar
Barrister
Manuka Chambers

Khylee Quince
Senior Lecturer
AUT

Chair

His Honour Judge Heemi Taumaunu