ILANZ, In-House Lawyers Association of New Zealand


Post Conference - Slideshow Presentations

Slideshow Presentations 

Below are the slideshow presentations or handouts that our speakers are happy to share with attendees. 



Slideshow Session 1: Setting the scene – NZ’s Changing Demographic and Its Effect on Business
Keynote: Prof Paul Spoonley – Sponsored by Russell McVeagh


Slideshow PDF Session 3, A: Trustworthy AI
Presenters: Amy Dove and Maggie Zheng, Deloitte


Slideshow PDF Session 4, A: Legal Lego: Building
data-backed narratives that showcase business value
Presenters: Shaun Plant, LawVu


Slideshow PDF Session 4, B: RMA reform – the long and winding road 
Presenter: Christina Sheard, Dentons and Marija Batistich, KiwiRail


Slideshow PDF Session 4, C: How to best support your board and be ready for questions – taking lessons from recent case law including Mainzeal and Whakaari
Presenter: Hayley Cassidy, Independent Director

Slideshow Session 6: Law of Constraints & Power of Perspectives
Keynote: Tawera Nikau, sponsored by MAS



Slideshow Session 7: The New Zealand Economy - A Strategic Economic and Political Context for Business 
Keynote: Shamubeel Eaqub


Slideshow Session 10: Climate Law: What in-house lawyers need to know in 2024
Presenter: Jessica Palairet, Lawyers for Climate Action


Slideshow Session 11, A: Investigations - What you need to know when you need to know
Presenters: Greg Cain and Linda Clark, Dentons


Slideshow Session 11, B: Contracting with Iwi or Kaupapa Māori Organisations - a practical session
Presenters: Natasha Strong and Jason Cooper, Ngati Whatu Orakei


Slideshow PDF Session 11, C: Lessons for in-house lawyers from Australia’s Robodebt fiasco
Presenter: Dan Perkins, Crown Law


Slideshow PDF Session 12, A: Sovereign Citizens & Alternative Law
Presenters: Leith Townshend, Tasman District Council & Hayley Bowman, NZ Police


Slideshow PDF Session 12, B: Navigating the tight rope of conflicts of interest in a small country
Presenter:  Robert Foitzik, Marlborough District Council, Kirsty Millard, Crown Law and Ben Jacobs, Xero