The 2021 ACC Australia In-House Legal National Conference is set to be the largest online gathering of in-house legal in the southern hemisphere.
The event, held from 8-9 November, will provide feature input from in-house counsel, industry experts and market-leading vendors across the region.
The virtual conference features keynote speakers such as: Grace Tame, an advocate for survivors of child sexual abuse; Chin Tan, race discrimination commissioner at the Australian Human Rights Commission; Megan Tittensor, a Melbourne-based barrister; Jodie Lowinger, a clinical psychologist; and Julia Banks, a lawyer and former member of Australia’s federal parliament.
“For the second year running, the ACC Australia In-house Legal National Conference and Awards are going virtual, and this year’s event is certainly one not to miss,” Ingrid Segota, executive director of ACC Australia in Melbourne, told Asia Business Law Journal.
“The speaker lineup is impressive, the programme wide-ranging and including the awards celebrating the achievements of the in-house legal community. The conference and awards provide a friendly, collegiate forum for in-house counsel to share information and knowledge, learn about new initiatives, and engage in open discussion on the challenges and opportunities ahead.”
For more information for the event, visit: https://acc.eventsair.com/2021-in-house-legal-national-conference.