Appointments to the New Zealand Council of Legal Education

john luke made this Official Information request to Ministry of Justice

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From: john luke

Dear Ministry of Justice,

I noted,- Appointments to the New Zealand Council of Legal Education

May I ask how did you call for public nomination and on what platform you have call for public nominations, e.g. website. Also, how many applications you have received from the public and how many you have received from other nominating agencies such as TPK. further, how many you have shortlisted.

I am also requesting the position description of this role and the pay rate.

Yours faithfully,

john luke

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Kia ora Mr Luke

Thank you for your request under the Official Information Act 1982 for information about appointments to the New Zealand Council of Legal Education.

The Ministry of Justice was not involved in these appointments. Therefore, I am refusing your request under section 18(e) of the Act as the information requested does not exist.

While not subject to the Act, you may want to contact either the Council itself ( or New Zealand Law Student's Association ( for more information.

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Nga mihi,

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