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SAVE THE DATE: NZ Law & Technology Conference – 18 March 2015

September 18th, 2014

E-Discovery Consulting and EY have again joined forces to present the New Zealand Law and Technology Conference. The event is taking place at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland on the 18th of March 2015.

The New Zealand Law and Technology Conference will build on the success of the last two annual conferences, which both attracted over 100 participants and were hailed as great successes by attendees and vendors alike.

The event will provide a platform for anyone involved in the intersection of technology and the law to develop their knowledge in this fast changing area.

Expanded legal technology focus

The focus of the New Zealand Law and Technology Conference has been expanded from solely eDiscovery to include broader legal technology issues facing legal professionals. The event has been tailored to appeal to a wider audience of legal professionals with an interest in legal technology, from lawyers, CIOs, practice managers, IT professionals and government agencies.

The conference will feature multiple streams, including keynote presentations, panel discussions and live software demonstrations. The programme will feature new topics and speakers, bringing together leading legal technology experts and practitioners from New Zealand and abroad.

The event has been specifically designed to provide the latest legal technology developments and practical information which is relevant to the day to day practice of legal professionals. In addition to the multiple stream educational programme, the significantly expanded exhibition area will provide delegates with the opportunity to test and discuss the technologies with the suppliers.

The change of venue in 2015 to the prestigious Pullman hotel provides world class facilities and caters for expanded event.

eDiscovery 101 workshop

Prior to the conference we are running a ‘eDiscovery 101’ workshop that will provide a ‘back to basics’, practical step by step guide to each phase of the eDiscovery process. The workshop will look to equip legal professionals with the further skills and the necessary grounding in eDiscovery, before moving into the more pressing perspectives in the streams of the conference.

The workshop will be presented by leading New Zealand lawyers and eDiscovery experts.


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