Corporate Counsel Summit launched for 2019

By Emma Ryan|06 December 2018
Corporate Counsel Summit 2019

Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with Lawyers On Demand, is pleased to announce that there will be a new summit coming next year, dedicated to Australia’s in-house community.

The Lawyers Weekly Corporate Counsel Summit will be held on Friday, 29 March 2019 at Sydney's Hyatt Regency. The Summit will begin at 9am and wrap up at approximately 4.30pm – before the third annual Corporate Counsel Awards that evening. 

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The day will bring together local and global in-house powerhouses for a range of sessions and panel discussions relevant to in-house lawyers and legal teams, including an opening keynote from Google US’s head of legal operations, technology and strategy, Mary O’Carroll.

“We are very excited to be partnering with Lawyers Weekly on the inaugural Corporate Counsel Summit, which is a natural evolution of our existing partnership of the Corporate Counsel Awards," said Paul Cowling, managing director – Australia, Lawyers On Demand.

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“As LOD continues to grow in size, geographical reach and service offerings globally, we are passionate about supporting, delivering for, and innovating with our clients locally across Australia. 

“We are therefore delighted to have the opportunity to provide this exceptional new forum for debate and the sharing of ideas and experiences within the Australian in-house community. It promises to be a great event.”

For more information about the Corporate Counsel Summit, including sessions available to attend, click here.

 

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