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Join me at LawFest 2019

December 19th, 2018

LawFest 2019 is back on 21 March at The Cordis in Auckland.

LawFest is the one event you should attend in 2019 to help you practice law more efficiently, today and into the future.

The one-day conference provides a platform for legal professionals to hear from those that are innovating and explore opportunities to help you innovate and adopt technology in your practice. There will be the opportunity to learn, connect with innovators in the legal industry, establish relationships, and discover technology that matters to you and your practice.

LawFest continues to be the only event in New Zealand providing the opportunity to meet and see leading legal technology products and services in our exhibition hall. In addition, we have new live legaltech demos where delegates will be able to see the latest and greatest legal technology first hand.

A programme to inspire & challenge your thinking

LawFest will share practical insights of those that are innovating with what they are doing, where they started and what comes next – all to adapt and thrive in a changing market.

The programme provides something for everyone, from those new to technology, to those currently at the forefront of legal innovation, with keynotes, panel discussions, workshops and breakout sessions to choose from.

Justice Minister Andrew Little, leads the line-up of over 20 speakers from New Zealand and abroad of thought leaders, early adopters, from industry and out of industry. Further speakers include Lisa Leong, O10 APAC, who will share her innovation mindset and design thinking expertise, for an in-house perspective, you will hear from leading General Counsel’s Melissa Anastasiou of Spark and Anna Lozynski of L’Oréal. Gilbert + Tobin’s Chief Operating Officer, Sam Nickless will explore how they are at the forefront of legal innovation in Australasia, and what is required to create a future ready law firm.

Learn how and why to begin innovating with Samy Mansour, Special Counsel, Clayton Utz, and hear how Demetrio Zema’s start-up is challenging traditional law. Other speakers include PwC’s Global Lead of Digital Innovation for Entrepreneurial and Private Business, Scott McLiver and Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Renee Knake, together with so many more exciting speakers.

Checkout the full programme and all the speakers.

If you are interested in innovation and technology to drive efficiency in your organisation, then LawFest is the event for you.

I hope you can join me at LawFest in Auckland on 21 March 2019.


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