CEREL Student Event - "How did we get the Resource Management Act? The Process of RMA Policy Making"
Date: Wednesday, 27th July 2016
Venue: N.1.36, Faculty of Law, University of Waikato
Margaret Wilson DCNZM is an academic, founding Dean of Te Piringa - Faculty of Law and former politician. She served as Attorney-General, Minister of Labour, Minister of Treaty Negotiations and Minister of Commerce. She was Speaker of the House of Representatives from 2005-2008.
Margaret will present her thoughts of “How did we get the RMA?” Hear the story behind this Act and the struggle to retain its principles. Who were the key policy and political players? Come and learn about the process of policy making and law reform.
Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for catering purposes by 25 July 2016. This event is hosted by the Centre of Environment, Resources and Energy Law (CEREL).
*Note: N.1.36 is in the new Law Building, located by the sunken courtyard and near the Moot Court.