LawFest COVID-19 Precautionary Measures In line with advice from the Ministry of Health, f you are feeling unwell or displaying any of these symptoms, please stay at home and do not attend LawFest 21:
Checkout some of these leading organisations that will be at LawFestLive on 5 August to gain practical insights on how they can adapt and thrive in this unprecedented environment.
Thanks for your patience and support as we developed a new plan for LawFest moving forward, following the decision to postpone the event in March 2020 due to the escalating and rapidly changing situation with COVID-19.
It is with very deep regret that I advise that LawFest will not go ahead on Wednesday 18 March 2020 due to the unprecedented and rapidly-changing situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) that is completely beyond our control.
Technology is changing how we work in all aspects of life and the legal profession is no different. The profession is facing considerable change as growing pressures are forcing law firms to innovate in how they deliver their legal services.
New Zealand’s legal innovation and technology LawFest event on 8 March attracted over 250 legal professionals from across the country.
This week LawFest NZ launched the country’s first index of legal technology businesses for legal professionals. The NZ Legal Technology Index lists specialist legal technology businesses that provide solutions to business challenges, so legal services can be delivered more efficiently and at a lower cost.