ACC Australia is proud to announce the winners of the 2021 Australian Corporate Lawyer Awards.
The winners and finalists were recognised at an exciting awards ceremony on Monday night, with people from around the country joining the virtual event.
After a successful In-house Legal National Conference on November 8 and 9, ACC Australia is proud to offer a wide range of sessions for our members through the new ‘On-Demand’ registration.
For just $99, members will be able to access keynote sessions from Race Commissioner Chin Tan and former Julia Banks MP, learn how to ‘Work Smarter and Live Better’ with Cyril Peupion and much much more.
Whilst there is extensive choice, some sessions from the live conference will not be available.
This is a fantastic opportunity for members to gain CPD points over the summer break.
The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia has produced the second In-house Insiders podcast season, aiming to keep you informed and enlightened with commentaries by some of the most thought-provoking in-house legal professionals in Australia.
Hosted by Mei Ramsay, Group General Counsel at Medibank, each month we will turn the spotlight on a different individual as we dive into their stories. Through the series, we speak to people from diverse backgrounds, at different stages of their careers; all with a unique story to tell.
Available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.
WED, OCTOBER 27 2021
The Great Resignation will cause change, and with a little bit of knowledge and preparation you can use it as an opportunity for career growth and fulfilment.
MON, OCTOBER 18 2021
If you have this data, how can you use it?
Vaccination is a word on almost everyone’s lips these days. It’s a tough issue for both businesses and workers, many of whom may have already made decisions either way; or are in the process of doing so.
However, the key issues are not just about vaccination decisions, there is also a big question around whether businesses can keep records about workers’ vaccination status.
As ACC Australia strives to deliver the most appropriate combination of relevant services and timely member communications, we are constantly considering how to best balance the needs of our members across our member communication channels.
ACC Australia previously produced Australian Corporate Lawyer magazine as a quarterly print publication and more recently as an online publication, as well as providing access to member-driven content via the ACC Docket.
Linked to the ACC Australia website, the ACC Docket is the voice of the global in-house community. We are delighted that the ACC Docket will now be ACC’s principal channel for timely and relevant member-driven content, replacing the quarterly delivery of content via the online Australian Corporate Lawyer magazine.