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October 2020

More free Law and Tech webinars coming up in Oct and Nov courtesy of TeLENZ project

The Law Foundation funded Technology in Law and Education NZ Project (TeLENZ) is presenting a series of free webinars on Law and Technology in legal education, practice policy and research.
Upcoming webinars:

Thurs 15 Oct, 1pm-2pm: Open Law NZ – discussion and demonstration of New Zealand’s new, free legal research platform

Find out about how Open Law NZ can help with finding and analysing large volumes of legal information online. E.g. court decisions in New Zealand.

Mon 2 Nov, 11am-12pm: Preparing For “Deepfakes” and the Synthetic Media of tomorrow

Tom Barraclough and Curtis Barnes share their Law Foundation-funded report and research findings about the wide-ranging legal, social and policy issues concerning deepfakes and synthetic media – that is, audio-visual manipulations used to put words in people’s mouths, portray people doing things they never did, copy faces and voices etc.
Legal practitioners, law teachers and legal researchers are invited to attend these presentations and participate in the Q&A sessions.

Attendance is free but registration is required:

Registration page – TeLENZ webinars Oct/Nov

TeLENZ – Technology in Legal Education for NZ project has been awarded $347,000 funding from the NZ Law