Bell Gully has sponsored ILANZ - the In-house Lawyers Association of New Zealand - since 2001 in recognition of the association's valuable support for the in-house profession. Our support ranges from practical, administrative assistance to the sponsorship of keynote events, and providing seminars and workshops for ILANZ members. Read more about
Infrastructure New Zealand
Bell Gully is a member of Infrastructure New Zealand, the authority at the forefront of New Zealand's infrastructure debate. It aims to raise awareness of the importance of infrastructure in underpinning the community's quality of life and in economic and social growth. For more information visit the Infrastructure New Zealand website here.
Keystone New Zealand Property Education Trust
Formerly known as The Graeme Bringans Property Education Trust, the Keystone Trust provides scholarships in property education to ensure that potential leaders of the industry are given practical opportunities to build successful careers in property through study and experience. Our support includes a student scholarship. Find out more about the
Keystone Trust here.
The New Zealand Initiative
Bell Gully is a member of the New Zealand Initiative, an independent public policy think tank supported by chief executives of major New Zealand businesses. The New Zealand Initiative's mission is to help build a better, stronger New Zealand. Read more about the
New Zealand Initiative here.
The Bell Gully Junior Mooting Competition
Each year, the Bell Gully Junior Mooting Competition enables students to research legal issues and to test and develop their skills in a courtroom setting.
Bell Gully has put together a mooting manual, with tips on organising, competing, judging and timekeeping.
Bell Gully provides financial and practical assistance throughout the competition, providing judges and mooting problems and supporting the regional champions to attend the New Zealand Law Students Association competition.
For more information, contact the mooting competitions co-ordinator in your university.
Requests for sponsorship are considered on an annual basis. As we aim to develop long-term support relationships that reflect our aims outlined above, funds are limited. If you would like us to consider your project, event or organisation for support, please email details to Nikki Langford.