Te Reo Māori is a national language in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the use of Te Reo Māori in the legal sector, as well as the wider business community, is being increasingly encouraged whether it be within the workplace, during meetings with Māori clients or in the Courts.
In this webinar we highlight the importance of Te Reo Māori in all engagements with Māori and will suggest lawyers, accountants and other business professionals make the effort to learn Te Reo Māori – starting with pronunciation. Participants are offered an introduction to pronunciation and basic words and phrases:
Participants will also be offered some practical advice on hui protocols including hosting and attending Māori hui either at your office or on a marae.
Understanding basic Te Reo Māori pronunciation and words and phrases that can be used in:
Understanding Māori hui protocols from the perspective of a host as well as a visitor.
Anyone within the legal profession, including secretaries, legal executives, law clerks, lawyers and judges, as well as accountants, HR managers and other business professionals.
This webinar is presented by Te Kani Williams, Director and Coral Linstead-Panoho, Senior Associate, Wackrow Williams & Davies Limited in conjunction with the College of Law, a school of professional practice for lawyers in Australia and NZ.
1.25 CPD Hours