Singapore Chapter

1_singaporeThe ACC Singapore Chapter serves more than 290 in-house lawyers who represent more than 100 organizations through networking, knowledge sharing and continuing legal education on behalf of the in-house profession. 

Established in July 2013, the Singapore Chapter provides a local network for Association of Corporate Counsel members in the region, expanding the reach of ACC's 45,000 members around the world employed by over 10,000 organisations. Working closely with its global Chapters in the US, Australia, India, China, Hong Kong, Middle East, Israel, Brazil, Argentina, Canada and Europe, ACC Singapore holds interesting and creative monthly events and socials. 

For more information on ACC activities in Singapore, please contact us at

notice of annual meeting of associate members

Dear ACC Singapore Members,

The Board of Directors of ACC Singapore is pleased to invite its esteemed members to attend the chapter's Annual Meeting, which will be convened on Tuesday 13th November at 7.00pm at Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee, 50 Collyer Quay, #10-01 OUE Bayfront, Singapore 049321. The Annual Meeting will commence just after the GC Summit: Singapore, Panel Discussion which will be held from 5.00pm to 7.00pm at Hogan Lovells. If you will be attending the Annual Meeting please register here.

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2019 Asia-pacific annual meeting

In a global business environment, characterized by uncertainty, shifting regulatory demands, ever-evolving cyber risk and technological disruption; it's imperative that we utilize every opportunity to connect and engage with our global peers, to drive new ideas, expose ourselves to new solutions and build our in-house knowledge. On 11 April 2019 in Hong Kong, the ACC Asia-Pacific Annual Meeting will draw on the regional and global in-house community to deliver new ideas and fresh insights to create meaningful and engaging event for the Asia-Pacific in-house community. Click here to read more and register!

Legal resources

In January 2018, ACC launched the ACC Legal Operations Maturity Model, Toolkit and Webinar Series. The reference tool provides law department leaders the ability to benchmark maturity, gain alignment on department priorities, and enhance the operations of a legal department. Consisting of 14 different areas, the ACC Legal Operations Maturity Model, Toolkit and Webinar Series will help in-house counsel and legal operations professionals advance from early to intermediate and advanced stages in key functions, such as financial management, legal technology, vendor management, knowledge management, compliance, contract management, and information governance, among others.

Download the Maturity Model

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GC Summit: Singapore

Nov 13, 2018 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee
50 Collyer Quay
#10-01 OUE Bayfront
Singapore 049321

ACC Festive Party 2018 - ACC MEMBERS ONLY

Dec 4, 2018 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
1880 Private Members Club
1 Nanson Road
Singapore 238909 

Future-proofing your China business – what Xi Jinping means for you

Jan 17, 2019 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Lexology Live: Singapore

Feb 19-19, 2018 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Grand Hyatt

10 Scotts Road
Singapore 228221


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ACC Newsstand

Competition and Regulatory Newsletter - 10 October 2018

Oct 10, 2018 - On 1 October 2018 the CMA and the FCA published a joint report titled 'Helping people get a better deal: Learning lessons about consumer facing

Singapore Court of Appeal upholds determining factors for inventorship and ownership

Oct 09, 2018 - On 28 August 2018, the Singapore Court of Appeal issued its decision on Cicada Cube Pte Ltd v National University Hospital (Singapore) Pte Ltd 2018

Commonwealth Employment Law: Recent Decisions in Singapore, United Kingdom, and Hong Kong

Oct 08, 2018 - This is the first in a series of employment law updates for Commonwealth jurisdictions. In this installment, we highlight recent notable decisions

A Global Guide to International Arbitration - Asia-Pacific

Oct 08, 2018 - This guide is designed to provide a useful starting point when considering arbitration issues including the seat of the arbitration, enforcement

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