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New co-chairs for Community Law Centres

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Community Law Centres o Aotearoa has elected two new co-chairs. They take over from Cameron Madgwick who has stepped down after over 20 years with Community Law. His co-chair Bernadette Arapere retired in July 2017.

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Jenny Hughey. 

Jenny Hughey is currently on the board of Community Law Canterbury. She is Community Governance Manager at Christchurch City Council and has had leadership roles in a range of community organisations. These include mediation, women's, community justice and school trustee boards. Jenny has an LLB and LLM (First Class Honours) from the University of Auckland.

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Jason Pou. 

Jason Pou is a board member of the Rotorua District Community Law Centre. He was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in May 2005 and is a director of Rotorua law firm Tu Pono Legal. Jason is a litigator with experience in most courts from the District Court to the Supreme Court, the Māori Land and Appellate Courts, the Waitangi Tribunal, Environment Court and the Employment Relations Authority.