Law for Lunch is back this October!

Law for Lunch logoWellington City Libraries are continuing our popular Law for Lunch series this October — offering free lunchtime talks by legal experts on popular topics, in a joint initiative with Community Law Centre Wellington and Hutt Valley.

Our topics in October range from the legal issues around body corporates, to knowing your employment rights on a work visa, how to avoid dodgy debt, and much more (take a look at the programme below!).  If you are interested and would like to learn more, bring your lunch and come along — questions welcome!

All the speakers are highly regarded experts in their field and the information is presented in a way that’s easy to understand, no matter what your level of knowledge on the topics.

This month’s sessions include:

Wednesday, 1 October – Central Library
On a Work Visa: Know your employment rights
Presented by Cottrell Law Limited and Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley

Wednesday, 8 October – Central Library
Body Corps: Resolving common pitfalls
Presented by Rainey Collins Law

Wednesday, 15 October – Central Library
The New Family Court: Help yourself and your whānau
Presented by Thomas Dewar Sziranyi Letts Law

Wednesday, 22 October – Newtown Library
Dodgy Debt: How to avoid it
Presented by Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley

Wednesday, 29 October – Newlands Community Centre
Enduring Powers of Attorney: When you can’t manage your own affairs
Presented by Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley

All are welcome and there’s no need to book a place. For more information, call 499 4444 or email us

Law for Lunch in October!