Hong Kong’s only association run ‘by in-house counsel, for in-house counsel’®
The Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Hong Kong (formerly Hong Kong Corporate Counsel Association) is dedicated to supporting and advancing the in-house legal profession in Hong Kong. Our 900 plus Hong Kong members form part of the global ACC global network, consisting of more than 44,000 in-house counsel members in 85 countries. ACC Hong Kong members have access to quality local educational and networking events, regional publications and resources, as well as insights and best practice from the global in-house profession.
ACC HK Guide for Pro Bono Legal Work
Click here for a full copy of the ACC Hong Kong Guide for In-house Counsel on Pro bono Legal Work in Hong Kong. The guide covers the scope of pro bono services and the regulatory Hong Kong landscape, information on key Hong Kong organizations in need of pro bono legal services, and support and advocacy for pro bono engagement by the Hong Kong legal community.
Become an ACC Value Champion
Driving value in your department? Every year, ACC celebrates value leadership from legal departments of all sizes, from all around the world. If you reduced spending, improved predictability, or achieved better outcomes, click here to apply to be a 2019 ACC Value Champion by 31 January 2019.
CPBS 500x500 Campaign
The Hong Kong Centre for Pro Bono Service (CPBS) has relied solely on volunteers and the SoCO staff working unpaid overtime. Having an employed case manager and proper resourcing will enable us to assist more people. So our fundraising target is simple: get 500 people (at least) to donate (at least) $500. This is the minimum estimated amount we require for at least one case manager and related costs for a trial period of 6 to 12 months.
Please join us at the #500Club, so that we can make a lasting positive impact on social justice and the rule of law in Hong Kong. You can make a donation at the Simplygiving website, then share your donation on social media as well to spread the news.
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