RMLA Salmon Lecture 2018 : Environment and the Law: The normative force of context
“Environment and the Law: The normative force of context” by Associate Professor Ceri Warnock Faculty of Law – University of Otago
This year’s Salmon Lecture will explore the impact that resolving environmental problems has had on New Zealand law, including creating distinctive decision-making frameworks. Associate Professor Ceri Warnock of the University of Otago Faculty of Law will analyse the way that environmental problem-solving forces us to view important constitutional principles – like the rule of law and separation of powers – from different perspectives, leading to greater or lesser weight being given to certain aspects of these principles. The 2018 Salmon Lecture will provoke thought about the fundamentals that underpin day-to-day resource management practice and is a “must attend” for consultants, planners and lawyers working in the environmental space.
Presentation: 6:00pm – 7:15pm
Q&A: 7:15pm – 7:30pm
Cost: Members: $40.00 Non-members: $55.00
CPD: 1 Hour
A CPD form will be available on the night.
RMLA thanks Kensington Swan for hosting this lecture.
When: 26 July 2018
Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Where: Kensington Swan