Corporate Counsel Summit and Awards launched for 2020

By Jerome Doraisamy|24 October 2019
Corporate Counsel Summit 2020

Lawyers Weekly is proud to present the second annual Corporate Counsel Summit and the fourth Corporate Counsel Awards, which will both be held on Friday, 20 March 2020.

Setting the benchmark for professional development, achievement and networking, the Lawyers Weekly Corporate Counsel Summit and Awards will be held on Friday, 20 March 2020, at the Hyatt Regency in Sydney’s CBD.

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Providing a wealth of experience and practical tips to help drive success in a changing legal landscape, the second ever Corporate Counsel Summit hosted by Lawyers Weekly promises to be an immersive full-day conference that brings together leading disruptive, digital and transformative in-house legal leaders from global brands.

Attendees will hear from some of the most forward-thinking speakers in one room for an action-packed day of learning, discovering and developing – at which CPD points will be available – making it a fantastic opportunity to help you provide top-quality legal services in a way that maximises value across your business that will shape 2020 and beyond.

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In the evening, the venue will transform into the fourth annual Corporate Counsel Awards, providing a unique opportunity to celebrate with the top-performing in-house lawyers at a national level. The awards will be hosted as a sit-down dinner and will include networking drinks after the conclusion of the summit.

For more information about the Corporate Counsel Summit and Awards, click here.

Corporate Counsel Summit and Awards launched for 2020
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