Widespread interest in ACC’s inaugural APAC meeting

Tanya Khan

The Association of Corporate Counsel’s (ACC) inaugural 2019 Asia-Pacific Annual Meeting is attracting a diverse mix of delegates from across the region.

The first of this annual regional general meeting will be held on 11 April, 2019 at the Island Shangri-La Hotel, Hong Kong.

The event has so far drawn delegates from all over the region including Hong Kong, India, mainland China, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea and Australia.

“In developing this conference, we were mindful of creating an event programme that spoke specifically to the unique challenges in-house lawyers face across Asia,” said ACC Asia-Pacific vice president and managing director, Tanya Khan.

“We’re delighted that the programme, developed by a committee of representatives of the in-house community, has been so strongly endorsed by the Asian in-house community so far, and we look forward to welcoming delegates and sponsors from across the region to Hong Kong in April.”

Featuring concurrent sessions including law department management, innovation and legal technology, and substantive law, the annual meeting will also deliver a range of critical takeaways drawn from existing industry best practice and global insights.

Spaces remain available for the one-day event and prospective delegates are encouraged to secure their registration early via the event webpage [www.acc.com/education/apac19].