Director - RCpN, LLB(Hons) | Life Planning Team Leader
Before she became a lawyer, Megan worked as a registered nurse and independent consultant in the Northland health sector. She has retained a particular interest in medico-legal matters and health sector contracting, retirement villages and other “‘elder law” issues. Her practice also includes business and company matters, contract negotiations and drafting, property transactions, leases, and sale and purchase of businesses.
Megan graduated with a LLB(Hons) in 2006 from the University of Auckland as a Senior Scholar in Law. She was also awarded the Auckland District Law Society Prize for best undergraduate academic record in law, prizes in Commercial and Family Law, and a Chapman Tripp Research Scholarship.
Megan is currently studying towards a Master of Bioethics and Health Law from the University of Otago.
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Megan Bawden's Blog Posts
Thinking of Living in a Retirement Village?
May 14, 2015
The Commission for Financial Capability is running a free seminar at the Whangarei RSA on the Thursday 11th June at 1-2.30pm providing practical tips for intending residents and their families.
Enduring powers of attorney – “just in case”
August 27, 2011
Enduring powers of attorney let you decide who can make important decisions about you and your property if you cannot.
How much do you value your privacy?
May 09, 2011
The first week of May was Privacy Awareness Week – how well do you know your privacy rights and responsibilities, and how easy might it be for someone to steal your identity?
What can you do if you supply goods on credit and your customer doesn’t pay?
October 22, 2010
You have sold $10,000 of goods to a customer on credit, but after 3 months he still hasn’t paid. Then you hear his business is going badly and there is a long line of creditors waiting to be paid. Can you repossess the goods? If the goods have been on-sold, can you do anything to get paid ahead of other creditors?