Law for Lunch is back in March!
Every year during March, Wellington City Libraries, in partnership with the Community Law Centre, hold a series of free weekly lunchtime talks, with guest speakers on a range of law topics.
The program of seminars for March 2011 will include the following:
Wednesday 2 March, Stand-downs, suspensions, exclusions: just how far can schools really go? By Felicity McNeill, Lawyer at the Wellington Community Law Centre.
Wednesday 9 March, Young and Pregnant? What’s the law got to do with it?
By Leona McWilliam, Partner, McWilliam Rennie Lawyers.
Wednesday 16 March, When good flatmates go bad and bad landlords get worse: the new Tenancy Act and flatmate agreements. By Hannah Northover, Lawyer at the Wellington Community Law Centre.
Wednesday 23 March, Broke? How can insolvency law help? By Raewyn Fox, CEO, New Zealand Federation of Family Budgeting Services.
For more information, please check our online Event Calendar.