PAST PAPER: Education Law Conference - Auckland

Session ID: CD153NZA01
Date: Tuesday, 03 March 2015
Venue: This paper was presented in AUCKLAND

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Session Content

PAST PAPER: March 2015, Auckland

SESSION 1: Student and Carer Issues

Family Law Issues and Mandatory Reporting: Practical Advice for Schools

Presented by Christine Chilwell, Principal, McElroys and Geoff Harrison, Barrister, Southern Cross Chambers

Cyber Bullying, Online Grooming and Harassment Issues

Presented by Detective George Grove, Counties-Manukau Child Exploitation Team

School Rules, Discipline and Human Rights Issues
Part 1: Suspension and Expulsion

Part 2: Managing Student Violence, Restraint and Surrender

Presented by Richard Harrison, Partner, HarrisonStone

Drugs in Schools: Search, Seizure and Drug Testing

Presented by Shan Wilson, Partner, Simpson Grierson

SESSION 2: Employment and Governance Issues

Managing Employment and Staff Issues

Presented by John Hannan, Partner, DLA Piper

Obligations by Schools to the NZ Teachers Council When Reporting Serious Misconduct and Competency

Presented by Kenneth Johnston, Barrister, Lambton Chambers and Andy Greig, Manager Teachers Practice, New Zealand Teachers Council

Obligation to Provide a Safe Physical and Emotional Environment for Students and Staff

Presented by Paul Robertson, Partner, Heaney & Partners, David Martin, Legal Counsel, NZEI and Colin Davies, Manager, Service Delivery, NZSTA

Venue Details

Stamford Plaza Auckland

Ground Floor, 22 - 26 Albert St
Auckland 1010

Ph: 64 9 309 888


The Stamford Plaza Auckland is a short 5 minute walk from the main

train/bus station Britomart. There is onsite valet parking, charged at a rate

of NZ$45 per car. Alternatively there are numerous public car parks in the

area including Challenge House, 1/3 Wolfe Street.

Parking is not included in the registrartion fee and price is subject to


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