Call for Papers

NZLLA Conference 2023
31 August  – 1 September

The NZLLA 2023 Conference Committee is pleased to announce the Call for Papers to our Conference: Bring on the Future! Waka hourua! is now open.

Connecting and engaging with others has become more important over recent years. The way we live and work, where we work and how we interact with each other has undergone a paradigm shift for us all. Connecting with each other, with our communities and cultures, with technology, and with information have become more critical than ever before. Our Conference theme encourages us to focus on the opportunities for the future whilst talking
about the challenges of the recent past.

Join us with your contribution to the Conference programme. Challenge, inspire and inform us with your experiences and knowledge on issues that affect us all in the legal library and information profession.

This Conference will enable us to explore possibilities as we move to a more sustainable and connected future. Key topics could include sustainability, innovation and collaboration, information access, tikanga, te ao Māori, technology, information literacy, and the future of the profession.

The Victoria University of Wellington will host NZLLA Conference 2023 from 31st August – 1
September 2023, in our gorgeous capital city, Wellington.

Call for Papers Open                          13 March 2023
Call for Papers Close                          6 April 2023
Call for Papers Notifications Issued  18 May 2023
Draft Programme to be released      15 June 2023
Registrations Open                             1 July 2023

Call for Contributions
Presenting at the NZLLA Conference 2023 is an opportunity to share your knowledge, skills and experience with our unique audience of legal and government information professionals across New Zealand.  Not only will you be helping to build capability within the legal profession but you will broaden your networks and bolster your own and your organisation’s influence and reputation as an industry leader.

Session Formats
Standard Presentation (30-40 minutes)
Lightning Sessions (45 minutes for several presenters)

Send submissions via email to the Conference Committee



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