Notarial Conference 2014
13th November, 2014
Barry Holland, Licensing and Food Law consultant at Aaron & Partners and Notary Public, recently attended The Australian and New Zealand College of Notaries 2014 Conference in his capacity as President of The Notaries Society, the representative society for Notaries Public practising in England and Wales.
The conference was held from 23 – 25 October 2014 at the Kahala Hotel & Resort in Honolulu, Hawaii, and attendees included presidents of notarial societies from around the world, past presidents of The Notaries Society of England and Wales and a number of Notaries Public.
Barry was delighted to be one of the speakers at the opening ceremony of the conference, which was led by Professor Peter Zablud, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Australian and New Zealand College of Notaries.
The notarial conference is a biennial event which is hosted in different countries with each notarial society taking a turn to lead the three-day event. The conference has an educational side with the opportunity to attend seminars on a variety of related subjects and also provides valuable networking amongst the delegates.
For more information please contact Barry Holland on 01244 405536 or email [email protected].
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