Bite off some law for lunch at the Central Library!
Law for Lunch is back again on Wednesdays in March at the Central Library. Wellington City Libraries has joined forces with Wellington Community Law Centre (as well as some very talented law professionals!) to bring you this series of free lunchtime seminars that focus on popular law topics.
Law for Lunch in 2012 – March Programme
Wednesday 7 March, 12 – 1pm
What’s fair about love and relationship property? How relationship property is shared. With Matt Freeman, Solicitor, Thomas Dewar Sziranyi Letts.
Wednesday 14 March, 12 – 1pm
Employment rights, employment wrongs: Know your rights at work. With Joss Opie, Employment Lawyer, Buddle Findlay
Wednesday 21 March, 12 – 1pm
Young people and the police: What do parents need to know? With John Hancock, Principal Advisor, Office of the Children’s Commissioner
Wednesday 28 March, 12 – 1pm
The ACC: Get your lawful entitlements. With Nicola Drayton-Glesti, Community Lawyer, Wellington Community Law Centre
Come along to find out how to protect your property when entering or exiting domestic relationships. Why you should have an Employment Agreement, what happens when reporting young people and more…
For more information (and full descriptions of events), please check our online event calendar