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Best practice standards for a safe and appropriate culture and environment for law students employed in law firms Agreed by the Deans of Law of the New Zealand Law Schools

Contributor(s): Stockley, Andrew [Law Dean, University of Auckland] | Rickett, Charles [Law Dean, AUT University] | Cheer, Ursula [Law Dean, University of Canterbury] | Hickford, Mark [Law Dean, Victoria University of Wellington] | Rumbles, Wayne [Law Dean, University of Waikato] | Palmer, Jessica [Law Dean, University of Otago].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 2018Description: electronic document (1 page) ; PDF file.Subject(s): New Zealand Law Society | BULLYING | COMPLAINTS PROCEDURES | DISCRIMINATION | INTERVENTION | JUSTICE | LEGAL PROFESSION | SEX DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | STANDARDS | TERTIARY EDUCATION | TERTIARY STUDENTS | WORKPLACE | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Media release Summary: The Deans of New Zealand's six law schools have developed a set of best practice standards for a safe and appropriate culture and environment for law students employed in law firms. The standards set five different expectations of law firms. The standards reflect the overriding expectation that law students are always treated appropriately, including not being subjected to harassment (including bullying, harassment and sexual harassment). (From the media release). The best practice standards were made available through a New Zealand Law Society media release on 17 December 2018. Record #6145
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Dated October 2018

The Deans of New Zealand's six law schools have developed a set of best practice standards for a safe and appropriate culture and environment for law students employed in law firms.

The standards set five different expectations of law firms. The standards reflect the overriding expectation that law students are always treated appropriately, including not being subjected to harassment (including bullying, harassment and sexual harassment). (From the media release).

The best practice standards were made available through a New Zealand Law Society media release on 17 December 2018. Record #6145