Law for Lunch is back in August!

Law for Lunch is back this August with a range of free seminars presented every Wednesday, from 12pm – 1pm at Wellington City Libraries.

Law-for-lunch-final-011You are all welcome to come along to a series of popular talks on a range of law topics presented by guest speakers, in partnership with Community Law Centre. Ask your questions and get accurate and up to date information, practical advice and cost effective tips during these mini seminars. The programme of talks will include the following:

Wednesday, 3 August – Wellington Central Library

  • Tenancy and the law, presented by Alan Henwood from Tenancy Tribunal

Wednesday, 10 August – Wellington Central Library

  • Home Ownership, presented by Clare Stanley and Brenda Rawson from Thomas Dewar Sziranyi Letts Law.

Wednesday, 17 August – Wellington Central Library

  • Homelessness, presented by Te Kahu Rolleston (Pou Whirinaki), Community Law and Stephanie McIntyre, Downtown Community Ministry.

Wednesday, 24 August – Ruth Gotlieb (Kilbirnie) Library

  • Social Housing, presented by Jak Wild, Kites and Claire Aspinal, Regional Public Health.

Wednesday, 31 August – Karori Library

  • Transition to Care Facilities, presented by Kylie Haw from Carter Chung Law and Sheila Reed from Age Concern.

We look forward to seeing you all there.
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2 thoughts on “Law for Lunch is back in August!”

  1. the company i work for recently moved are lunch break to replace one of the coffee breaks and then took away oiur coffee break, is this legal? does the lunch break count as our break in the first 4 hours of shift and the 10 min break cover us for the second 4 hours? or should we still be getting 2 10 min breaks and a half hour lunch break?

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