PAST PAPER: Wellington Education Law Conference

Session ID: CD159NZW01
Date: Tuesday, 08 September 2015
Venue: This paper was presented in WELLINGTON

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Session Content

PAST PAPER: September 2015, Wellington

SESSION 1: Legal Issues Facing the School and its Staff

The Vulnerable Children Act 2014: What You Need to Know

Presented by Hamish Kynaston, Partner and Holly Hedley, Senior Solicitor, Buddle Findlay New Zealand Lawyers

Managing Ill and Injured Staff in the Workplace

Presented by Geoff Davenport, Partner, McBride Davenport James

Identifying and Responding to Staff Mental Health Issues

Presented by Bronwyn Heenan, Senior Associate, Simpson Grierson

Social Media and School Employees and Students:
Dealing with Privacy, Disciplinary, Regulatory, and Social Considerations

Presented by Peter Cullen, Partner and Alastair Espie, Lawyer, Cullen - The Employment Law Firm

SESSION 2: School Governance and Management Essentials

The New Health & Safety Reform Bill: What it Means for Your School

Presented by Emma Warden, Special Counsel, Minter Ellison Rudd Watts

Update on Conduct and Discipline Standards in Your School

Presented by Andrew Greig, Manager, Teachers Practice, Education Council of Aotearoa New Zealand

Insurance Policies: Protecting Your School and Your Staff

Presented by Brad Cuff, Senior Associate, DLA Piper and Myles Noble, Head of Claims and Earthquake Response, Crombie Lockwood

Venue Details

The InterContinental Wellington

Level 1, 2 Grey St
Wellington 6011

Ph: 64 4 47227722


Limited valet parking available at NZ$20 per day. Additional parking

available at Wilson Parking with NZ$5 per half hour and NZ$22 for


The Intercontinental is a 2 min walk from Lambton Quay which

has a number of buses going to airport and suburbs. It's a 10 min walk to

the nearest train station.

Taxis are also available downstairs at the hotel entry.

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


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