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Key Speakers - Row of 4

Well, another year has come and gone, and once again, we've had the pleasure of hosting the ACC Australia In-house Legal National Conference, our 29th!

We're still riding the high from last week's conference, and it's not hard to see why. The conference was a great success, and it's left us all buzzing with inspiration and knowledge.

There were so many standout moments that it's almost impossible to do them all justice, but we can't help but highlight a few that really stole the show.

First up, the incredibly powerful and captivating session by none other than Stan Grant. His presentation left a lasting impact on all of us, and we're still feeling the echoes of his words.

Gus Balbontin made a triumphant return to our stage, bringing his incredible energy and insight. The sight of many scribbling down notes as he candidly shared his wisdom on transformation and innovation was a testament to his incredible perception. He's the kind of guy who just exudes knowledge while making it fun!

Diversity in speakers is always a priority for us, and this year was no different. Chelsea Pottenger's lessons on prioritising our health struck a chord with many in the room. And let's not forget Samantha Gash, whose closing words resonated deeply with all of us. Her philosophy about embracing the unfamiliar and stepping out of our comfort zones is something we won't soon forget.

Our attendees' enthusiasm was evident throughout the event. Notes were flying as people eagerly captured key takeaways from each session, and the roundtable discussions were nothing short of incredible and insightful.

So where to next year? 2024 marks the 30th ACC Australia In-house Legal Conference and with such a milestone our thinking hats are already donned as we start to craft the programme for next years' conference. To help us  deliver a conference befitting such an anniversary, we need your help. If you haven't done so already, take the time to complete the feedback survey, here.

And for those of you looking to relive the conference's memories, professional photos from the three days are available for download can be found here. If you choose to share them on social media, don't forget to tag us – we'd love to be a part of the conversation!