Corporate Counsel Associations
Corporate Counsel Associations Across the Globe
Corporate attorneys rely on associations for all types of support and resources. Cady Reporting offers a full range of reporting services for attorneys in the corporate world and we are proud to provide this list of associations for our friends in all areas of business and corporate law.
Ohio Chapter of the Association of Corporate Council
The Ohio chapter of the ACC offers important resources for corporate law firms across Ohio. The website includes information on new events as well as recent articles by noted attorneys.
Association of Corporate Counsel – ACC
The Association of Corporate Counsel is the principal American organization dedicated to corporate attorneys. It serves the professional requirements of law firms and lawyers who practice in the legal departments of corporations and other private sector organizations in the nation and across the world.
Australian Corporate Lawyers Association, ACLA
Australia’s version of the ACC.
Canadian Corporate Counsel Association
The Canadian Corporate Counsel Association is the only member organization in Canada providing a dedicated national forum and voice for the in-house counsel profession. Established in 1988 as a conference of the Canadian Bar Association, CCCA is now more than 8,700 members strong and growing rapidly.
Hong Kong Association of Corporate Counsel (HKCCA)
The Hong Kong Corporate Counsel Association was established March 2003 with an aim to provide, inter alia, a forum for in-house counsel to network and share educational opportunities in China, Hong Kong and in the area.
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
The MCC provides avenues for firms and marketers of legal services and products to promote themselves.
Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA)
The Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) was founded in 1997 to advocate for the expanded hiring, retention, and promotion of minority attorneys in corporate law departments and the law firms that serve them. MCCA accomplishes its mission through the collection and dissemination of information about diversity in the legal profession.
New Zealand – Corporate Lawyers Association of New Zealand, CLANZ
CLANZ is a section of the New Zealand Law Society, established in 1987, to meet the needs of inhouse lawyers. Cady Reporting offers the latest in state-of-the-art realtime reporting, legal video, trial support and conference hosting!
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