On Thursday 4 June 2020 the Faculty of Law recorded a panel discussion on Seales v Attorney General and subsequent law reform. For the first time, Lecretia's counsel, the Crown's counsel, and the presiding judge came together publicly to discuss their perspectives on the historic court action. The panel members give their perspectives on the original case and the End of Life Choice Act that has led to the 2020 referendum.
Cannabis reform excites intense debate across society, prior to the election and the vote on the Cannabis Legalisation and Control Bill, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Education Professor Jennifer Windsor invited Associate Professor of Criminology Fiona Hutton to talk about what the Bill entails.
On Tuesday 29 September we held a webinar on the Cannabis Legislation and Control Referendum.
The session was moderated by Professor Jonathan Boston with Dr Carol Shand, Emeritus Professor Peter Thirkell and Dr Jessica Young as panellists.
This webinar was part of a series on Covid-19 and the economy - in this session the panellists share their insights on the future after COVID-19, and what it means for the future of work, digital technology, and government.
Facilitated by Professor Alan Bollard with Associate Professor Val Hooper, Professor Alex Richter and Professor Girol Karacaoglu as panellists.
In this podcast, Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Wellington School of Business and Government, Professor Ian Williamson speaks with Dr Ashley Bloomfield, Sarah Stuart-Black, Dame Therese Walsh and Dr. Daniel Laufer about effective leadership and their advice for leading through a crisis.