As the New Zealand Association of Occupational Therapists (NZAOT) most prestigious award, the FRLA is an acknowledgement of one's contribution to the profession.
For me personally, being the twelfth FRLA recipient is not only a great pleasure, privilege, and honour, it is also a humbling experience to stand before the audience of the biennial NZAOT conference and mark the 12th Frances Rutherford Lecture.
Ironically, I stood to present the FRLA in the very township, or rather city, where I had spread my fledgling wings as a novice occupational therapist in the early 80s.
Harriss, (40) which involved one of the few prosecutions brought under the poorly drafted and hastily enacted Federal Regulation of Lobbying Act of 1946 (FRLA).
Having disposed of the vagueness challenge, the Court moved on to the argument that the FRLA violated the First Amendment.