Representing CALD parties in court, Auckland, 17 February
After the successful launch of the first major study conducted into the unique issues and challenges faced by courts, judges, lawyers, prosecutors and interpreters to ensure equal access to justice for culturally, ethnically and linguistically diverse (CALD) parties in the courts, and Chinese litigants and defendants in particular, NZ Asian Lawyers and New Zealand Law Society Auckland branch co-hosting a session on ‘Judges provide guidance on representing culturally, linguistically and ethnically diverse parties in court’.
Please note: the event is complimentary for Superdiversity Institute members (including NZ Asian Lawyers), please refer to the promotional code shared with you when you register.
Mai Chen, Managing Partner, Chen Palmer
When: Monday 17 February 2020, 5pm to 7:30pm (main session from 5.30 pm to 6.45 pm, followed by networking)
Where: New Zealand Law Society – Auckland Branch, Level 12, 51 Shortland Street, Auckland CBD
Registration fees: $80 + GST
For more information and to register click here
Last updated on the 30th January 2020