LEAP is the world’s largest provider of legal cloud software for law firms. Investing more than $20 million a year in research and development, LEAP provides productivity solutions for law firms in Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. With over 44,200 users across the globe, LEAP allows lawyers to manage their law firms and serve their clients. LEAP’s cloud-based legal practice management software lets lawyers take advantage of integrated matter management, document automation and legal accounting from anywhere, at any time.
Carlyle Kingswood Global is a leading specialist legal search and recruitment firm. Headquartered in Sydney, CKG has access to the best opportunities and talent across the globe as a result of our strategically placed offices in Hong Kong, Singapore and London. CKG offers bespoke recruitment, talent management and consultancy services to domestic and international corporations and law firms. Through investing in our networks, paying close attention to market trends and developments, and establishing long-term intimate partnerships with clients, candidates and contributors, CKG is able to provide you with real value. To learn more about CKG, visit ckgsearch.com
The Commonwealth Bank (ASX:CBA) is one of Australia’s leading providers of personal banking, business and institutional banking and share broking services. With 17.4 million customers and a history spanning more than a century, the Group’s purpose is to improve the financial wellbeing of its customers and communities. The Commonwealth Bank is Australia’s leader in digital banking and maintains the largest branch network across the country. Headquartered in Sydney, Australia the Bank operates brands including Bankwest in Australia and ASB in New Zealand.
For more information on Commonwealth Bank, visit www.commbank.com.au.
In an increasingly complex and hostile climate the battlefield has been set around cyber security.
It is therefore little surprise that the federal government will invest $1.67 billion over the coming decade to support a more secure cyber future for Australia.
Reflecting the rapidly changing landscape and a greater need for dedicated information, insights and market intelligence, Momentum Media developed Cyber Security Connect.
A secure digital future is in the nation’s best interest and is the responsibility of all Australians.
Cyber Security Connect supports Momentum’s existing platforms Defence Connect and Space Connect, plus the wider Momentum network of brands, to promote the advancement of cyber security and help Australia leverage digital technology for a better tomorrow.
Leo Cussen Centre for Law was established in 1972 and continues to be recognised as a centre of excellence for practical legal training and ongoing professional development for entry-level lawyers through to senior legal practitioners.
LOD is the original alternative legal services provider, founded in 2007. We’ve transformed the way in which lawyers, consultants and legal teams work and we are one of the largest and fastest growing legal, compliance and advisory services businesses, continuing to lead the market we created. In 2019 we welcomed lexvoco to LOD, joining forces to also offer legal operations, technology and law firm service solutions to clients.
In providing solutions to clients through innovation and smarter ways of working we also give lawyers and consultants an inspiring, varied and flexible model that’s in tune with how they want to live and work. With more than 800 lawyers and consultants across 13 offices globally, LOD is award-winning, fast-expanding and client-focussed, challenging what is possible in legal service delivery.
Every child deserves access to education. It is a basic human right. Yet in Sub-Saharan Africa, over one fifth of primary school aged children are not in school. That’s just not right.
So They Can is an international NGO on a mission to change this.. We work together with vulnerable communities and their governments in Kenya and Tanzania to educate and empower children, so they can break the poverty cycle, realise their own potential and meet their own needs.
Over a 7-10 year development cycle, we work closely with a community to understand their needs and implement projects that will best support them. Throughout the cycle, we develop relationships and ensure transfer of knowledge and management skills to these communities to ensure sustainability of the programs. This enables us to eventually shift to a governance role so we can expand our focus and core resources to help other vulnerable communities.
Visit www.sotheycan.org find out more about So They Can's projects, the impact we make and how you could get involved.