One of our all-time favourites, Khylee Quince – now the country’s first ever Māori Dean of Law – is starring in our next community forum on June 23, with fantastic interviewer Stacey Morrison back at the helm, by popular demand.
Khylee (Te Roroa/Ngāpuhi and Ngāti Porou) has expertise in wāhine Māori & the law, and Māori & the criminal justice system, as well as better ways of doing things: restorative justice and alternative dispute resolution. Many of you will have heard her wonderful and memorable contributions to our Mana Wahine forum a few years ago – which left us wanting more!
And so: we look forward to congratulating Khylee on her promotion to Law Dean at AUT, and having the luxury of an hour of her wisdom, humour and no-holds-barred analysis.
The strong voice re the law is in the house!
Bookings essential to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donations between zero and $20.
All genders welcome, NZSL interpreters, and tea & coffee provided.