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August 25, 2008 | by  | in Online Only |
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Political Junkie?

The New Zealand Centre of Public Law is holding a symposium entitled: MMP and the Constitution: 15 years past; 15 years forward. Is going to be held Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. It is an awesome deal for students to go along to this: only $25 if you register now whereas normal Joe Public would cost $250!

The Symposium is held going to be video conferenced to London (which is why it is spread over two days) and is at the Old Government Buildings at 6:30pm-10:00pm, Tuesday 26 August and the second session is at 7:00am-10:30am on Wednesday.

There will be many awesome speakers and it should be a good occasion to hob knob and learn from some of the brightest minds in NZ.

The link I registered on this morning doesn’t seem to be working any more but you can download the PDF about the event here.

Sorry about the late notice!

For those who miss it I’ll do a post about it :D

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  1. Matthew_Cunningham says:

    Bugger, missed it. This is what I get for not spending more of my working day on the Salient site. Look forward to your review!

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