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  • 2015 Press Releases

    2015 Press Releases

    2015 Press releases issued by ACC Australia

    One-third of In-house Counsel Have Experienced a Corporate Data Breach

    Date: 11 December 2015

    One-third of in-house counsel report that their companies have experienced a data breach, according to the ACCFoundation: The State of Cybersecurity Report, released today by the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Foundation.

    Women Dominate 2015 In-house Lawyer Awards

    Date: 12 November 2015

    The winners of one of the most prestigious sector awards have been announced at a ceremony last night for the 2015 Australian In-House Lawyer Awards.

    New ACC Australia President Champions Gender Diversity

    Date: 12 November 2015

    The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Australia has welcomed its new National President, Gillian Wong at its Annual General Meeting on the Gold Coast this morning.

    In-house Lawyer Awards Demonstrate Expanded Horizons for the Profession

    Date: 23 September 2015

    The finalists for the 2015 Australian In-house Lawyer Awards have been announced today and demonstrate the increasing influence of globalisation on the profession.

    ACLA and ACC Unite and Commence Expanded Benefits to Members

    Date: 1 July 2015

    ACLA today announced a new brand identity as it officially joins forces with the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC). The alliance expands global benefits and connectivity to members while also retaining local focus and content in programming.

    ASX100 Chief Legal Officers to Advocate for Practical Reforms

    Date: 22 May 2015

    ACLA has launched the ACLA GC100, an independent, invitation-only forum for the most senior legal executives of Australia’s largest companies to share knowledge, experience, and contribute an expert legal voice to national policy debate including reforms to company and business law.

    In-house Counsel Slash Spending on External Law Firms

    Date: 8 May 2015

    In-house legal departments have significantly reduced their spending on external legal services as organisations strengthen internal skills, embrace lower cost alternate providers and negotiate harder for a better deal, reveals the leading study of the in-house legal profession in Australia and New Zealand.

    In-house Legal Profession Sees Rise in Women to the Top Job

    Date: 8 May 2015

    The in-house legal profession has increased women’s representation in leadership roles and significantly outperforms its counterparts in private practice and the corporate sector, according to the leading report on the in-house legal profession in Australia and New Zealand.

    Comment on CAMAC

    ​Date: 17 March 2015