We are delighted that the TeLENZ 2021 New Zealand Symposium on Law and Technology: Education, Practice and Policy brought together a diverse range of law and technology experts from around the country last Thursday at a superb venue at the University of Auckland.
Our delegates and presenters braved a chilly Auckland morning to attend the inaugural event and enjoyed a wonderful variety of interesting and relevant presentations ranging from the changes technology is evoking across the law, to the ways technology is impacting on law education and practice.
We would like to thank the New Zealand Law Foundation, The University of Auckland Law School, Future Law and Lexis Nexis for their support in making the symposium possible. Our biggest thanks goes to all the symposium presenters for their wonderful energy and for generously giving their time to make the symposium such a success. We were also delighted to have fantastic delegates in attendance who shared their insightful perspectives and commentary.
The symposium was recorded, and edited video from the day will soon be available at the TeLENZ website.
We had many queries about when the next TeLENZ symposium will be, and we hope to be back bigger and better in 2023!