Technology in Legal Education New Zealand

TRANSFORMING THE

Practice of Law

The world that we are living in today will not be the world our children live in.

Technology, cyber security and AI (artificial intelligence) are transforming every aspect of our lives, and the law is changing, adapting and transforming to meet this need.

TeLENZ offers those charged with teaching the next generation of lawyers tools, resources, content solutions and knowledge-sharing opportunities to provide cutting edge learning opportunities.

More than just an information repository, the TeLENZ platform will transform the practice of law.

TeLENZ is a two-year research project, proudly funded by the Law Foundation, drawing on the skills and expertise of leading law academics throughout New Zealand universities to develop an online community to share academic resources, knowledge and content to help design meaningful courses for future law graduates.

"Technology does not drive change - it enables change"

– Anonymous

"The great growling engine of change - technology"

– Alvin Trotter

"The science of today is the technology of tomorrow"

– Edward Teller

"Technology will be the main driver of this change. And, in the long run, we will neither need nor want professionals to work in the way that they did in the twentieth century and before."

– Richard Susskind

"Driven by forces as diverse as globalization and technological progress, the realm of legal services is going through profound and irreversible change."

– Ray Worthy Campbell

"As a factual matter, as in countries all over the world, technology and business practices have been running faster than legal responses and developments."

– Miriam Defensor-Santiago

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Should govts compel businesses to decrypt their data or hand over passwords? Our @NZLawFoundation funded research, led by Michael Dizon, has been featured on National Business Review:
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Waikato University internet law lecturer Michael Dizon

Don't compel businesses to weaken encryption, Waikato Uni says

There is no such thing as creating a back door for law enforcement only, the study said.

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“A Matter of Security, Privacy and Trust: A study of the principles and values of encryption in New Zealand” published by NZLF
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