We are excited to announce the recipients of the 2023 Anthony Harper LawFest Student Scholarship.
The scholarship makes LawFest more accessible to a wider group of students – many who would not be able to be involved in a must attend event like LawFest. It provides the opportunity for these lawyers of tomorrow to learn about the future of delivering legal services in a changing market, together with the opportunity to meet the law firms, organisations and key people that are leading change.
The recipients of the 2023 Anthony Harper LawFest Student Scholarship are –
- Aniston Inger-Holland – University of Auckland
- Caleb Banks – University of Canterbury
- Caleb Ward – University of Canterbury
- Cameron Churchill – AUT
- Charlotte Duncan – University of Auckland
- Cindy Yang– University of Auckland
- Coralie Smith – University of Auckland
- David Kim – AUT
- Grace Aislabie – University of Canterbury
- Livia Krstic – University of Auckland
- Lynna Deng – University of Auckland
- Marcus Widvey – University of Auckland
- Owen Zheng – University of Auckland
- Paula Ioapo – AUT
- Payton Smith – University of Waikato
- Rosalee Blanch – University of Auckland
- Sarah Shackelton – Victoria University
- Seamus Lohrey – University of Waikato
- Stephanie Penn – AUT
- Tim Llanes – AUT
LawFest 23 is on Thursday 1 June at the Cordis in Auckland. The one-day event continues to be the only opportunity in New Zealand for the legal and technology community to come together to network, collaborate and learn about how to innovate and adapt to change – and to do so in-person !
With 25+ amazing speakers from New Zealand and abroad, the programme is sure to inspire and challenge your thinking. The incredible line-up of speakers will deliver practical insights of how to innovate and leverage technology to help you deliver legal services for today and the future.
If you are interested in innovation and technology to drive efficiency in your organisation, then LawFest is the event for you.
We look forward to seeing you on 1 June at the Cordis in Auckland.