ACC Middle EastACC Middle East promotes the common professional and business interests of in-house counsel who work for corporations, associations and other private-sector organisations in Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen.

For more information on ACC activities in the Middle East, please contact 

board of directors ballot

Voting in the election for the board of directors of the Middle East chapter for the upcoming year is your chance to select leaders that understand the issues in-house counsel face in the Middle East and make decisions affecting future membership growth, programming and financial stability.
Please print, complete, scan and return the linked ballot to no later than Thursday, 23 August 2018.

Legal Resources

Is your legal department optimizing every process, controlling every cost, taking advantage of every available piece of data? Are you leveraging technology and automated processes to transform your law department from a cost center to a strategic business partner?  ACC’s Legal Operations Maturity Model, Toolkit and Webinar Series will help move your legal department from novice to intermediate and advanced stages in key functions, such as Intellectual property management; Legal technology; Compliance; Contract management; and Information governance.

ACC Newsstand

E-Sports in the GCC Market

Jul 31, 2018 - E-Sports (also known as electronic sports, esports, e-sports, competitive (video) gaming, professional (video) gaming, or pro gaming) are a form of

Fintech, Blockchain and Sports in the Middle East

Jul 31, 2018 - The technology revolution continues to rapidly gather pace on a global scale. Terms such as "FinTech", "blockchain" and "cryptocurrencies" are

Stuck between a rock and a hard place : The UK’s Unexplained Wealth Orders and the effect in the Middle East

Jul 31, 2018 - The UK legislature has recently introduced domestic legislation aimed at money launderers, potentially resulting in unintended consequences for

Seven years on: the effects of the UK Bribery Act on the Middle East

Jul 22, 2018 - The risks relating to bribery in the Middle East have increased, as scrutiny from regulators continues to rise and international legislation with

Maturity model

ACC offers our Maturity Model as a reference tool for legal departments to benchmark maturity in any given area.


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