Seminars

Morrison Kent hosts free legal seminars regularly throughout the year. 

Morrison Kent is a specialist law firm, and our teams are comprised of experts in their field. Our free seminars are an excellent opportunity for you to learn more about specific areas of the law and have your questions answered. No matter what stage you’re at in any legal process, it’s never too early to get informed.

 

Upcoming Seminars

2021 Body Corporate Masterclass Series

We invite you to the 2021 Body Corporate Masterclass Series, brought to you by Oxygen Property Management Wellington Region and presented by our property law expert Jamie Nunns.

Join us for a free evening seminar on select dates from April to November. View the link for more information.

You can come along to one, two, or all eight free seminars – the choice is yours. Each session will start at 5.30 pm and will finish at approximately 6.15 pm.

In our next session, Jamie Nunns will discuss Ownership Interest vs Utility Interest. 🏘

Wednesday 28 July | 5.30 pm – OXYGEN, 27 Buller Street, Te Aro. 

Tickets are limited – please register today!

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Rotorua Office

Level 3, Cnr Fenton & Pukaki Streets, Rotorua

Wellington Office

Level 19, Morrison Kent House, 105 The Terrace, Wellington 6011

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