Young RMLA Wellington invites you to: Shelly Bay site visit and case law discussion
Young RMLA invites you to a site visit and case law update at Shelly Bay hosted by Paul Radich QC.
Shelly Bay has been the subject of recent litigation in regards to the multi-million dollar development that has been proposed for the area. Most recently, this development was before the Court of Appeal in Enterprise Miramar Peninsula Inc v Wellington City Council  NZCA 541.
Paul is a highly respected barrister at Clifton Chambers and has extensive litigation experience across a range of fields, including resource management and environmental law. Paul acted for The Wellington Company Ltd in these Court of Appeal proceedings, the company behind the proposed development at Shelly Bay. Join us for a walking tour lead by Paul, to see the site of this recently litigated development. The tour will then be followed by a discussion of the Court of Appeal case and a Q&A session with Paul at the Old Officers Mess Building.
This is a great opportunity for young practitioners to learn more about the details behind a major development project, its consenting process, the challenges faced, and to hear insights from a lawyer directly involved in its litigation.
Shuttle transport will be organised for attendees, leaving from Te Papa at 3pm and returning to the same location to drop off attendees after the event.
In the case of bad weather, the walking tour part of the event will be not go ahead.
Attendees can gain 2 hours of CPD for attending this event.
Please register by 1 April 2019.
Venue and time: Meet in front of the main entrance to Te Papa at 2.45pm to depart by shuttle bus at 3pm sharp. Approximate return shuttle time to the CBD is 5.30pm.
When: 11 April 2019
Time: 2:45 pm - 5:30 pm