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The Global Pound Conference is coming to New Zealand on 31 May 2017
Be part of the conversation about the future of commercial and civil dispute resolution

Register now

The Global Pound Conference is a global series of events taking place in more than 31 countries.  The conference series discusses and collects research information on improving access to all forms of dispute resolution, including litigation, arbitration and mediation.

New Zealand’s event in this international series is taking place in Auckland, on Wednesday 31 May 2017.  Attendees include businesses and organisations that use dispute resolution, lawyers, judges, arbitrators, mediators, academics, policy makers, government officials, and others. 

The day will include interactive voting (using your smartphone, tablet or laptop) allowing participants to contribute their views on a range of important questions about how disputes are resolved.  The day will be facilitated by former political journalist and special counsel at Kensington Swan Linda Clark, along with local organising committee chair, mediator Annabel Shaw.

Participants will gain knowledge, ideas and connections in the dispute resolution field. Voting will generate valuable data on what dispute resolution users actually need, and how stakeholders can help meet these needs. This information, combined with that from GPC events around the world, will help shape the future of dispute resolution.

Date: Wednesday 31 May 2017
Time: 8.30am to 5.30pm; followed by cocktails from 5.30-6.30pm
Location: Kensington Swan, 18 Viaduct Harbour Avenue, Auckland
CPD points for Resolution Institute, AMINZ and NZLS members

For information and to register: 
or 0800 453 237

Places are strictly limited and on a first come basis

We hope to see you at the New Zealand Global Pound Conference!

Kind regards,

Annabel Shaw
Chair, Local Organising Committee
New Zealand Global Pound Conference 

Catherine Cooper
General Manager New Zealand
Resolution Institute


Key sponsors:


Supporting organisations:
Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand Inc, New Zealand Dispute Resolution Centre, Victoria University of Wellington, The University of Auckland, New Zealand Law Society, New Zealand Bar Association

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Sydney - Wellington