The event will count as the minimum one unit required in each of the compulsory CPD categories. However, it will also provide many opportunities to meet with other in-house lawyers and perhaps offer some important lessons as well.
This year will include streamed ‘hot topic’ legal sessions for private sector lawyers and CPD Compliance for Public Sector Lawyers, practical tips for professionals in the field, CPD points in all areas and a mingling of both legal and non-legal sessions. The speakers are praised as being able to cut away the fiction and double speak and provide only the facts.
Attendees will include GlaxoSmithKline, Telstra, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sigma Pharmaceuticals, AGL Energy Limited, and AXA Australia, among many others.
ACLA members pay $594 up to the 14th of January, $698.50 between the 14th of January and 4th of February, and $770 after the 4th of February. Non-members will pay $869 until the 14th of January, $873.50 between the 14th of January and 4th of February, and $1,045 after the 4th of February. All prices include the Cocktail Function price. Registration can be performed online at the ACLA’s website.
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