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Kent Law School is delighted to welcome Sir Geoffrey Palmer to our Canterbury campus on Friday 8th June 2012 at 6pm to give a lecture entitled “Reflections upon International Dispute Settlement from a Participant.”
The lecture will bring togetherhis personal experiences in efforts to reach rapprochement at the International Whaling Commission, New Zealand’s anti-nuclear policy, the dispute with France over the Rainbow Warrior and the United Nations Inquiry into the Gaza flotilla incident.
The lecture will last 40 minutes with time at the end for questions and answers.
The lecture is free to attend and all students, staff, alumni and Friends are invited to attend.
Sir Geoffrey Winston Russell Palmer, KCMG, AC, SC (born 21 April 1942), served as the 33rd Prime Minister of New Zealand from August 1989 until September 1990, leading the Fourth Labour Government. He was responsible for considerable reforms of the country's legal and constitutional framework, such as the creation of the Constitution Act 1986, New Zealand Bill of Rights, Imperial Laws Application Act and the State Sector Act.
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