ILANZ, In-House Lawyers Association of New Zealand

In-House Insider Articles

Young Leaders go to Washington

18 August 2015

Conference 2015 delegates had the opportunity to meet two students from Kerikeri who are studying or about to study law. They attended the Tribal Youth gathering at the White House in July.

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Intervention Rule Changes

21 July 2015

Direct instructions applications open in relation to the exceptions under the new rule.

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Shaun Plant Profile for eCLANZ: By Andrew Gunn

18 September 2014

Some are born lawyers, others have lawyerdom thrust upon them. And others, like Shaun Plant, come to the law only after gaining a wealth of experience out in the non-legal world.

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Committee member profile

21 August 2014

Katie O'Sullivan is the Director of Legal and Contract Management for Alcatel-Lucent in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Katie speaks frankly with members on topics that range from her current in-house role through to what she does in her...

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Energy Law Association Essay Competition 2013

16 July 2013

This year the Energy Law Association (ELA) is running the inaugural ELA Essay Competition. The ELA invites applicants from a wide range of legal areas. We envisage that essays will be on any legal topic directly of relevance to the...

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2015 ILANZ Scholarship Report: The Government legal in-house model

By By Tania Warburton, Policy Advisor (Legal) Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet| 25 August 2017

Tania Warburton was awarded the ILANZ scholarship at the end of 2014.Using this support and her 2015 Leadership Development Centre (LDC) fellowship, Tania attended Harvard Law School’s Leadership in Corporate Counsel Programme.On her return to New Zealand, Tania interviewed a...

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NZLS Gender Equality Charter

31 August 2018

The Gender Equality Charter is a set of commitments aimed at improving the retention and advancement of women lawyers. Since its launch in April, 65 legal workplaces - including seven in-house teams have signed up to the charter.We can all...

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