We are pleased to announce that New Zealand Centre for ICT Law is back again as a supporting organisation for LawFest.
The New Zealand Centre for ICT Law is a specialist centre within Auckland University Law School, which investigates, studies and considers the implications of ICT (Information and Communications Technology) within the context of law, technological developments and its impact upon society.
The Director of the Centre is Dr David Harvey, a former Judge of the District Court and well known for his expertise in the area of law and information technology and the author of the leading textbook on law and online systems internet.law.nz. David has also been a leading speaker and advisor of LawFest over the past 5 years.
We greatly appreciate the continued support of The New Zealand Centre for ICT Law, helping us deliver New Zealand’s premier legal innovation and technology event.
LawFest is on 8 March 2018 at the Langham Hotel in Auckland.
LawFest is the one event legal professionals should attend every year, providing an opportunity for anyone involved in the intersection of technology and the law to develop their knowledge and immerse themselves in the latest topics and trends in this fast-changing area. The programme will provide something for everyone including lawyers, in-house counsel, practice managers, CEOs, and everyone in between. This year we have introduced exciting new workshops to compliment the keynotes, providing the opportunity to discuss and get deeper into topics of interest.
You can register now to get some great early ticket discounts.