In this episode we talk with law academic Sue Tappenden about the law of Equity. Why and when you should have a Trust and when you shouldn’t or don’t need one. We also talk about Wills and why you might need one.
In this episode host Julia Steenson, speaks to NZ Law Society President Tiana Epati about what the public can do if they have a dispute with, or complaint about a lawyer. We also discuss the current challenges the legal industry is facing and Tiana’s priorities in her role as President. Tiana also tells us what she hopes to achieve in her term.
In this second episode of NZFreeLaw, hosts Julia and Josh speak to lawyer Sarah Manning a property lawyer from Christchurch. Sarah explains what unit titles, easements, and body corporates are and we discuss leaky, creaky homes and much more. This episode was tapped before the tragic events in Christchurch and is dedicated to the people affected by those events. Disclaimer: Nothing in this podcast is given as legal advice to any individual.
In this first episode of NZFreeLaw we introduce the show and hosts lawyer Julia Steenson and non-lawyer Josh Brown. Then, with employment lawyer Ani Bennett we discuss information about contracts for service and contracts of service, 90 day trial periods, personal grievances, recording meetings with your employee/employer, mediation as a restorative outcome, pathways into employment law, thought diversity and much more! Disclaimer: Nothing in this podcast is given as legal advice to any individual.