36th Annual ILANZ Conference
Blenheim | 21 - 23 May 2024
From small beginnings over thirty years ago, the conference has grown to be a major event in the in-house community’s calendar, attracting more than 400 delegates. Our conference theme, Te Hunga Panoni, acknowledges our members as agents of change within an organisation.
Designed by in-house lawyers, for in-house lawyers, we aim to bring our members together and inspire professional and personal development by exploring a wide range of relevant issues - from big picture thinking to practical takeaways, legal to practice management, and soft skills to wellbeing. It provides an excellent opportunity to undertake targeted profession development toward members’ annual CPD requirements.
We also endeavour to provide significant networking opportunities during the conference as many in-house lawyers work in small teams or are sole practitioners. It’s also a great time to catch up with old friends and ex-colleagues, exchanging knowledge and spending time discussing the conference experience.
More details to come.
Call for Speakers
We know our in-house community has a wealth of expertise to share with attendees so here's your opportunity to contribute - whether it’s suggesting a topic, recommending a speaker, sharing your own success story, cautionary tale, or a favourite mistake, we’d be delighted to hear from you.
Deadline for submissions is 22 January 2024.
Download submission form: fillable PDF form
If you require more space for your submission, please attach additional material to your submission.
Why you need to attend:
- Enhance your professional skills and knowledge
- Fulfill a large portion of your CPD hours for the year
- Network with peers, industry experts, suppliers and potential clients
- Explore exhibitor offerings to discover innovative tools, technology, and services to streamline your legal operations
- Expose yourself to new ideas, connect with like-minded professionals and return to work feeling energised
The conference has three networking functions – a welcome function to open the conference, a social event on the middle evening and it concludes with celebrating outstanding practitioners in the in-house community at our Awards Dinner.
All conference registrations include attendance to the Welcome Function and Wednesday Social Function. Due to limited capacity, the Awards Dinner will be charged separately, which will be reflected in the registration cost.
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