Corporate Counsel Summit to assist with CPD requirements

By Emma Ryan|05 March 2019
Corporate Counsel Summit 2019

Lawyers Weekly’s inaugural Corporate Counsel Summit has been updated to give legal professionals the opportunity to obtain their CPD points before the 31 March deadline.

The Corporate Counsel Summit, in partnership with Lawyers On Demand, will be held on Friday, 29 March 2019 at Sydney’s Hyatt Regency, beginning at 9am.

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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.

After listening to your feedback, the Corporate Counsel Summit is now offering CPD points for a number of the sessions available to attend on the day, including: Ms O’Carroll’s keynote on trends disrupting the legal industry, LOD’s session on the rise of legal operations, Uber’s Katrina Johnson’s session on navigating challenges within different jurisdictions and much more.

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Still need to convince your boss of the benefits of you attending? Check out this link where you can create a personalised justification letter to gain the support of your manager.

Interested in the issues shaping the in-house legal landscape? Don’t miss your chance to hear from local and global in-house legal powerhouses at the 2019 Corporate Counsel Summit!

Corporate Counsel Summit to assist with CPD requirements
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