RMLA Bay of Plenty : Case Law Update and Annual General Meeting

 

Join your colleagues at Boffa Miskell offices at Level 5, 35 Grey Street, Tauranga to watch a delayed screening of the case law update, hear commentary from local presenters and network with members.

Timing:

AGM – 4.30pm (agenda and details to follow)

Refreshments and webinar/presentation from 5pm.

Bronwyn Carruthers, Partner with Russell McVeagh’s Environment, Planning and Natural Resources Team, will provide a review of our key resource management case law over the last 12 months.

The roadshow will explain the issues in the selected cases and why they are important going forward.

Our local presenters (Lawyer Mary Hill and a planner from our evening’s hosts Boffa Miskell) will facilitate a discussion on how these issues might affect us locally.

CPD: 1 hour – download the flyer and CPD form here

About the presenter:
Bronwyn Carruthers, Russell McVeagh

Bronwyn Carruthers

Bronwyn is an environmental law specialist, with expertise in all aspects of resource management law.  She has a particular interest in resource management litigation.  Bronwyn has been in practise in New Zealand since 2000 and has extensive experience before the Environment Court and has also appeared in the higher appellate Courts a number of times, including the Supreme Court.

In addition to being a partner at Russell McVeagh, Bronwyn is the convenor of the Environmental Law Committee of the New Zealand Law Society and the editor of the Resource Management Law Association Journal.  She is a regular contributor of articles and case summaries for the Journal and also contributes the case law updates to the Association’s monthly newsletter.  She has presented national roadshows on case law updates, both for the Association and the New Zealand Law Society.

When: 06 December 2018

Time: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Where: Boffa Miskell, Level 5

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