AMINZ Conference 2012
Global to Local
Wellington, 2-4 August 2012
The Arbitrators' and Mediators' Institute of New Zealand (AMINZ) Conference is the only national dispute resolution conference held annually. A comprehensive programme, over 2 days, with concurrent streams in consensual and determinative processes and many networking opportunities means that the conference attracts dispute resolution professionals from around New Zealand and around the globe.
This year the Advisory Council of the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods will convene in Wellington, to coincide with Conference. The Advisory Council members will be part of the conference programme.
There is a full programme of events over the duration of the conference. Topic highlights from the conference programme include:
- A Fireside Chat: The Supervising Role of the Courts in Relation to Arbitration
- More Than Meets The Ear: The Power of Listening on Conflict Resolution
- Panel Discussion: Why does International Commercial Arbitration Matter in New Zealand?
- Multi Party Mediation - Global Issues, Local Action
- National Panel of Conciliators Discussion Group
- An Irresistible Compulsion to Arbitrate
- Pacific People Don't Complain: but it's not Because there's no Problem
- Using the Internet to Develop Your Business
- Panel: The CISG - NZ's International Trade Sleeping Beauty
- CISG as Transnational Rules
- CISG from the common lawyer's point of view - a strange and interesting beast?
- Arbitration as Adjudication
- Workshop: Workplace Conflict Mediation
- Interactive Workshop: The Right Clauses for Your Client's Next Big Deal (How to draft an international commercial contract)
The conference is being held at Te Papa. Te Papa is New Zealand's national museum, offering visitors a unique and authentic experience of this country's treasures and stories. The museum itself is over five floors, where you can explore the nation's nature, art, history, and heritage - from the shaping of its land to the spirit of its diverse peoples, from its unique wildlife to its distinctive art and visual culture. Conference 2012 will be held at Te Papa in the Oceania Events Centre.
CSNZ confirms that this event qualifies for Structured CPD credits based on 1 credit per hour of attendance.