The In-house Lawyers Association of New Zealand (ILANZ) 2023 conference holds significant importance for New Zealand in-house lawyers, providing a platform for legal professionals to network, share knowledge, and stay updated on the latest developments in the field.
Thomson Reuters proudly serves as a Conference Partner at ILANZ 2023, underscoring our commitment to support and empower the legal community in New Zealand. We recognise the unique challenges faced by in-house lawyers and are dedicated to providing the resources they need to excel in their roles.
In a rapidly evolving legal landscape, having access to current resources is crucial for lawyers to navigate complexities, make informed decisions, and provide the best possible legal support to their organisations.
Practical Law provides access to a wealth of expertly written resources, enabling lawyers to ask the right questions, find accurate answers, and interpret information quickly and confidently. With Practical Law, in-house lawyers can rely on an extensive collection of legal knowhow to streamline their practices and deliver high-quality legal advice.
Complimentary Resources For New Zealand In-House Lawyers
As part of our commitment to supporting the legal community, we are pleased to offer two complimentary Practical Law resources that can benefit New Zealand in-house lawyers:
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