A lawyer heading class motion in opposition to Auckland’s Dilworth College says it ought to be held chargeable for the terrible abuse of many weak younger boys.
Two males have filed a grievance to the Human Rights Fee, alleging workers failed to guard college students from systemic sexual abuse on the college for greater than 30 years.
Different survivors are being requested to hitch the category motion.
One of many authorized representatives, Rachael Reed QC, hopes the declare will result in significant compensation.
Already 11 males have been charged as a part of a police investigation into sexual abuse allegations at Dilworth.
When one among them was jailed in March the varsity apologised to victims.