Navigating the Law with Generative AI (On Demand)

Generative AI has come in leaps and bounds over the past couple of years. As lawyers, it is important to embrace this continuously advancing technology. In particular, generative AI can provide responses to a wide variety of legal queries, assist with presentations and seminars, and draft a range of legal documents (including correspondence and court documents).      

To make the most of the potential generative AI presents, it is critical to have a good understanding of what generative AI involves and how to use it most effectively. It is important that users embrace this technology vigilantly and are aware of the potential legal risks.  

This On Demand webinar will explore the considerable benefits generative AI has to offer and will also address potential legal risks, along with strategies to mitigate them. 

Who Should Attend?

All law practitioners, human resources personnel, and in-house counsel. This webinar will provide examples within an employment law context, but its insights will be valuable for all legal practitioners and practice managers.


Rosemary Wooders
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Rosemary is a partner in Bell Gully’s market-leading employment and health and safety practice. She has worked as an employment lawyer in New Zealand and England.  Rosemary advises employers and senior executives on a wide variety of transactional, contentious and advisory employment and health and safety related matters. This includes personal grievances and disputes, collective bargaining matters, restraints of trade, absence management, redundancy and performance issues, and negotiated exits. 

Rosemary is a member of The Law Association Employment Law Committee. She has consistently been recognised in global legal directories and has been named in The Legal 500 as a ‘Rising Star’ in labour and employment law.

Laura Chapman
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Laura is the Head of Pilot Enablement at
Air New Zealand. 
Before recently moving to Air New Zealand, Laura spent most of her career in private practice as an employment lawyer. 
She has practiced in New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. 
Laura has a broad range of experience across all workplace law issues.



CPD Hours: 1.50hr

Pricing Details

Ticket Price

Member: $150 GST

Non-Member: $210 GST