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Law & Technology Conference – New Speakers for NZ LawTech

Caroline Jones from Aderant to present “Managing mobility and connectivity”.

The session will look at the drive toward empowering lawyers to become mobile “road warriors” with smart phones, iPads, tablets, laptops and other devices all connected back to the office via portals – which can all pose many IT challenges. Caroline will explore how the law firm CIO/practice manager manages this new era of consumerisation which has led to significant shifts in technology attitudes and behaviours, and how a human-centric approach to technology decision-making will assist in the selection of products that provide the most value to end-users, the firm, and their clients.

About Caroline

Caroline Jones’ primary goal is to help organisations create better products and services for their clients. To do this she employs a human-centric approach to the design and implementation of experiences, striving to marry the complex demands of end-users with business strategies.

With 15 years’ experience in the design industry, Caroline most recently worked as User Experience Manger at the Auckland-based Mobile Solutions office of Fiserv, a Fortune 500/Fintech 100 company.

As part of the Digital Channels division, the Mobile Solutions office is focused on delivering mobile financial banking products, and has a global end-user base of approximately ten million users. During her time there she was responsible for developing and guiding the product design team, as well as driving insight-led digital strategies.

Clients include Air New Zealand, AMP, ASB, Department of Internal Affairs, Fiserv, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Foodstuffs, Kiwibank, Mighty River Power, Ministry of Economic Development, Sorted, Sovereign Insurance, The University of Auckland, and Vodafone.

Register by 28 February to receive the “Early Bird” discount on your ticket!

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About LawTech NZ 2015

Over the last decade advances in technology have greatly transformed the practice of law as well as the management of a legal practise. Lawtech NZ provides a platform for anyone involved in the intersection of technology and the law to develop their knowledge in this fast changing area.

The focus of Lawtech NZ for 2015 has been expanded from solely eDiscovery to appeal to a wider audience of legal professionals with an interest in various aspects of legal technology. The audience will now include not only lawyers but also CIOs, practice managers, knowledge managers, IT professionals and regulatory agencies. The event will include multiple topic streams, each featuring keynote presentations, interactive panel discussions and live technology demonstrations. The expanded programme will feature completely new topics and speakers, including leading legal technology leaders and practitioners from New Zealand and abroad.

Confirmed speakers
•His Honour Judge David Harvey | District Court of NZ
•Nigel Murray | Previously Managing Director of Huron Legal and Founder & Managing Director of Trilantic
•Warrick Mclean | General Manager | Coleman Greig Lawyers
•Warren Dunn | Partner and Head of Forensic Technology & Discovery Services | EY
•Andrew King | Founder & Strategic Advisor | E-Discovery Consulting
•Polly Pope | Litigation Partner | Russell McVeagh
•Chris Curran | Litigation Partner | Russell McVeagh
•Jarrod Coburn | CEO | Ebborn Law
•Caroline Jones | Manager of Experience Design | Aderant
•Guy Burgess | Commercial Lawyer | Clendons
•Sarah Cordner | Senior Manager, Fraud Investigations & Dispute Services | EY
•Daniel Toresen | Private Investigator | Thompson & Toresen
•Bridgette White | Senior Associate | Buddle Findlay
•Craig Columbus | Chief Information Officer | Russell McVeagh

Further Highlights include
•A pre-conference ‘eDiscovery 101’ workshop – to provide a back to basics practical approach to eDiscovery
•Sponsors and supporters include – Konica Minolta, P&L, Nuix, Nikec Solutions, DocsCorp and LexisNexis
•The support of ALPMA and the NZ Bar Association
•Fantastic new venue, with superb facilities to cater for the expanded event
•Expanded exhibition area to provide delegates with the opportunity to test and discuss the technologies with the suppliers
•Eligible to earn CPD hours
•A networking drinks function at the conclusion of the conference
•Discounted accommodation rates secured (available on a first come basis)

Event Details

Date: 18 March, 2015
Location: Pullman, Auckland

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