Arbitration, FDR, and Associate Membership with Royden Hindle
AMINZ President Royden Hindle will be joining us at this meeting to discuss a variety of topics regarding dispute resolution and the Institute. Come along and be a part of the discussion on:
- The question of making arbitration meaningful in a domestic setting, covering how to use the Act to best advantage, appointments of arbitrators and timings. Royden will be discussing the question of using arbitration as a substitute for District Court civil proceedings.
- An update on where AMINZ lobbying is at in relation to Family Dispute Resolution issues.
- A discussion of the AMINZ Associateship programme, and how those who do not have law degrees can achieve the associateship requirements.
Royden Hindle is an experienced commercial arbitrator, mediator, adjudicator and advocate. He was a litigation partner at Simpson Grierson before moving to the bar in 1996. He became a Fellow of AMINZ in 2001, and received the Sir Ronald Davison Award for award writing in that year. From 2002 to 2011 Royden was Chair of the Human Rights Review Tribunal. He is a member of both the Mediation and Arbitration Panels of the Institute, and has been a Council member since 2011. He has also been the Institute's Director of Professional Studies since 2015. Royden also teaches dispute resolution at Auckland University of Technology.
Date: 11 June 2019
Venue: Wynn Williams, L5, 47 Hereford Street, Christchurch
Please email our office assistant Teri at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
We would like to thank Wynn Williams for their support and sponsorship of this event.