Who should attend LawFest?

We often highlight why you should attend LawFest, however it is also important to identify exactly who should attend.

The simple answer is if you want to learn more about innovative practices, drive greater efficiency within your organisation and ultimately drive profitability, then LawFest is the event for you.

LawFest is not just for lawyers, as it is designed for all legal professionals with an interest in innovation and technology – including lawyers, in-house counsel, CEOs, practice managers, CIOs, IT professionals and everyone in between.

Organisations previously may have sent one representative, but LawFest provides considerable value for lawyers, support staff and management – from within law firms, corporate organisations, or government bodies.

The one-day conference has something for everyone: from those new to technology, to those currently at the forefront of legal innovation. 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.

Thought provoking programme

The programme is packed full of practical advice, eye-opening presentations, and success stories from your peers.

Sir Ray Avery leads the line-up of over 20 speakers that includes Mai Chen, Uber, Minter Ellison, Craig Columbus, David Harvey, Caroline Ferguson, Claudia King and many more.

One of the exciting highlights is the introduction of four practical and engaging workshops to compliment the keynotes, with the opportunity to discuss and get deeper into topics of interest.

Checkout the speakers and programme here.

This premier legal innovation and technology event guarantees to engage and inspire you.

LawFest is on 8 March 2018 at the Cordis Hotel in Auckland (Formerly the Langham Hotel, Auckland).

Register now to get some great early discounts.

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