By Mark Wilton, ILANZ committee Vice President| 5 July 2019
This year I mark 15 years as an in-house lawyer. So, as I write this, I have been musing on how I got here and what has changed along the way.
31 July 2019
In February 2019 we invited our members to participate in an in-depth survey examining practices and priorities for in-house legal teams. This was followed by a series of face to face interviews and a panel discussion at the ILANZ conference...
By Website Administrator , | 16 August 2019
Come join us for a three hour workshop facilitated by international speaker, Mr Glenn Singleton, author of Courageous Conversations About Race on 2 September in Wellington or 3 September in Auckland.
15 May 2019
The winners of the 2019 ILANZ In-house Lawyer awards were announced at the ILANZ conference in Dunedin on 10 May 2019.
By Website Administrator , | 29 April 2019
ILANZ is delighted to announce the finalists for the 2019 In-house Lawyer Awards. As always, the judges faced a significant challenge in selecting finalists. The judges congratulate all those who were nominated as well as the finalists.
By Website Administrator , | 30 April 2019
It can be hard justifying the time and budget coming to a conference out of town. In this day and age learning can be done anywhere, anytime and with a plethora of digital tools but nothing can replace the face-to-face...
By Gabrielle O'Brien, ILANZ Executive Manager| 3 February 2019
You may notice that this year we are not offering premium membership as an option as part of conference sign up. This is because of some changes we will be making to membership in 2019.
18 December 2018
The 2019 conference will be taking place in Dunedin from 8-10 May 2019. This year we will be taking a bird’s eye view of the in-house legal profession as we scan the current landscape and the horizon beyond.
29 November 2018
ILANZ is working with our Valued Partner, Deloitte, to undertake a survey and series of interviews to build an understanding of the in-house legal landscape in New Zealand.
By Kristy Rusher - Chief Legal Officer, Dunedin City Council| 26 September 2018
It was midnight at Logan International Airport, Boston and the arrivals crowd was thinning rapidly. Inhaling the summer breeze as I stepped into an Uber, home felt a very long way away.