ILANZ, In-House Lawyers Association of New Zealand

Conference 2017

logo30th Annual ILANZ Conference

This year’s theme Ka Mua Ka Muriwalking backwards into the future is about fearlessly facing a changing corporate environment, both drawing on lessons from the past and being open and agile to new ways of thinking and approaching problems.

The conference will aim to leave you both energized and challenged, with fresh ideas of practical ways to make a difference in your organisation.

Join us on 25 & 26 May 2017 in Rotorua when we will explore different aspects of in-house practice – from leadership, and diversity to corporate governance, and alternative resourcing models.           

As the association of choice for in-house lawyers in New Zealand, ILANZ brings you a highly relevant conference with sessions tailored for in-house legal practice that combine inspirational speakers and practical topics. Attending an ILANZ conference also provides the perfect opportunity to network with and learn from other in-house lawyers throughout New Zealand, whether between the conference sessions or at the excellent social functions that form part of the conference programme. 

REGISTRATION FEES

ILANZ Member registration - $1,145 plus GST (includes an optional 12 month premium ILANZ membership)

Non-Member registration - $2,495 plus GST

Group registrations - if you register three or more ILANZ member delegates from the same organisation you'll receive $100 plus GST off each registration

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND

The ILANZ Annual Conference is the most important gathering of in-house lawyers for the year. The conference programme for 2017, designed around the theme Ka Mua Ka Muri, will be both stimulating and educational.

WHO WILL ATTEND

Each year the conference continues to attract a broad range of participants and leading practitioners including:

  • General and Legal Counsel from the largest publicly listed and private companies in NZ
  • Chief Legal Advisors and Legal Counsel from government and crown legal departments and crown entities
  • General and Legal Counsel from local government and regulatory agencies
  • Compliance & legal managers
  • Crown counsel
  • Corporate services directors
  • Academics
  • Private law firm partners and senior associates
  • Barristers
  • Management and HR Consultants