Live Stream or Webinar : RMLA Salmon Lecture 2018 : Environment and the Law: The normative force of context
Don’t reside in Auckland…
but would love to watch the 2018 Salmon Lecture, then this is for you. You will be able to watch and listen to a live stream of Associate Prof Ceri Warnock: Environment and the Law: the normative force of context from 6:00pm-7:15pm on 26 July. Or you may access the recorded live stream later post event.
CPD – 1 hour – virtual attendees will be sent a CPD certificate following this event.
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*Please note that access to the Live Stream is triggered by payment. If we have not received payment for your registration you will not be provided with the access code required for viewing the video.
Details of the lecture are below:
“Environment and the Law: The normative force of context” by Associate Professor Ceri Warnock Faculty of Law – University of Otago
This year’s Salmon Lecture will explore the impact that resolving environmental problems has had on New Zealand law, including creating distinctive decision-making frameworks. Associate Professor Ceri Warnock of the University of Otago Faculty of Law will analyse the way that environmental problem-solving forces us to view important constitutional principles – like the rule of law and separation of powers – from different perspectives, leading to greater or lesser weight being given to certain aspects of these principles. The 2018 Salmon Lecture will provoke thought about the fundamentals that underpin day-to-day resource management practice and is a “must attend” for consultants, planners and lawyers working in the environmental space.
Presentation: 6:00pm – 7:15pm
RMLA thanks Kensington Swan for hosting this lecture.
When: 26 July 2018
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm