No Fathers’ & Men’s Lawyers Are Allowed In New Zealand?
Lawyers May Not Be Involved in the Father’s Right Movement and be allowed to be a Lawyer in New Zealand)
In a land mark case the High Court of New Zealand will be faced with dismissing a properly certified lawyer applicant after being turned down by the Wellington District Law Society for his activist work on the behalf of the father’s & men’s right work. The call on supporters worldwide to contact the New Zealand government and demand Peter Zohrab be accepted with no prejudice or political bias immediately when his appeal to the law societies decision comes before her government.
The Crown Law email address to contact and voice your complaint: firstname.lastname@example.org
It might be better to email the political boss of Crown Law (the Attorney-General) because the Library at Crown Law might just ditch political emails.
So I suggest you ask everyone to email email@example.com , which is the current Attorney-General (Dr. Michael Cullen)’s email address. Unfortunately, there is going to be a cabinet reshuffle, apparently, but hopefully emails would be forwarded to the new one.
Her organization has been virtually accused of denying me a certificate for political reasons, and all she can say in response is to spell out some legal technicalities of the admission process!
In a free society, there is no legal basis for denying someone entry to the legal profession on the basis of their political views. The fact alone that a female Council member laughed when I told the Council about being assaulted by feminist law students casts doubt on the judgment of the Council.
It is relevant to raise the issue of the broader context, which is the apparent inability of many men and fathers to find lawyers who take a sufficiently pro-men stance.
For those wishing to express more anger as well, contact the Wellington District Law Society who have already turned down Peter Zohrab due to a disregard to Law for the sake of dishonourable poltical agendas : firstname.lastname@example.org