April, 04, 2016 12:53 Age: 2 yrs
LAW AND CULTURE Conference (4-6 July 2016)
Victoria University of Wellington (Wellington New Zealand)
DO YOU HAVE AN INTEREST IN LAW AND CULTURE?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN OTHER STUDENTS FROM AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND THE PACIFIC?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO MOOT OR PRESENT A PAPER?
The Law and Culture Conference is held every two years, involving law schools from Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific. This year it takes place at the Law School of the Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. The event is a great opportunity for students, especially those in their final years, to moot or present a paper. Students accepted for participation will have their travel and accommodation covered by the organisers.
Students interested in mooting should speak to Ms Sofia Shah. Those interested in making a presentation should speak to Professor Don Paterson or Dr Anita Jowitt. Proposals must be approved by them. Presentations should be Pacific-related and, ideally, a matter of current debate or a subject on which research needs to be done.
Proposals must be no more than 200 words and should be submitted to the organisers (lagi.tuimavave(at)vuw.ac.nz) by 4 May 2016. The final papers should be approximately five pages long; presentations will be twenty minutes long and should ideally include PowerPoint slides.