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Updates from the Superdiversity Institute

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Justice Glazebrook speaking – for more photos click here   Thank you to all who attended Justice Glazebrook’s seminar on Tikanga and Culture in the Supreme Court: Ellis v R and Deng v Zheng in person at the Auckland City Russell McVeagh office and the […]

NEW – Amicus Curiae Journal Article

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Putting a Social and Cultural Framework on the Evidence Act By David Goddard J and Mai Chen This article follows that presentations to a seminar on the Supreme Court decision in Deng v Zheng (2022): guidance on bringing relevant social and cultural […]

CALD White Paper

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CALD parties have long faced barriers that disrupt their access to justice. The CALD White Paper seeks to identify these barriers and suggest ways of addressing them. The purpose of this White Paper is: To outline for readers in Australia […]

Cultural capability and Business Success Event

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On Wednesday 24 August 2022, the Superdiversity Institute with its major sponsor for this event nib, and sponsor Ministry of Ethnic Communities, hosted a panel discussion over lunch at the Park Hyatt in Auckland. Mai Chen interviewed:   Rob Hennin, […]

NZCCM Council seeks new Council Members and Secretary

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The New Zealand College of Chinese Medicine (NZCCM) Council is looking for one or more new Council members to join their team. The NZCCM Council is looking for someone with leadership experience in a services industry, such as education or […]

Elite Women 2021 Special Report

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  CONTRIBUTING ONE’S talent and energy to the legal profession while paving an equitable path for future generations is not easy. However, each of the 35 winners on NZ Lawyer’s Elite Women list has proven she can rise to the […]

Mai Chen named in NZ Lawyer Elite Women list 2021.

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NZ Lawyer has identified Mai Chen as a leading woman in New Zealand’s legal profession for the 2021 Elite Women list. The women who made the cut displayed innovative, progressive thinking at their workplaces in relation to aspects such as work-life balance. […]

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