ACLA ACT 2010 Government Lawyers Conference is a strategic meeting place for in-house government lawyers in Australia. The conference will offer all the attendees a wonderful chance to examine the solutions and services that are accessible to assist them to accomplish their business targets. Visitors will get the opportunity to learn different issues related to practice in international law from the speakers, and share their invaluable expertise and experience. This forum will give knowledge on how litigation can be and is used by management to figure community approaches, as well as to influence civilization and notify strategy decisions.
- Litigation - legal advice, risk analysis, a driver of strategic thinking?
- Lifestyle: Living a real life - How to be a fit fun-loving balanced in-house public sector lawyer
- Risk management and the role of in-house government lawyers
- Managing liability capping issues in Commonwealth procurement
- Comcover - a case study
- Government lawyers
- Legal Counsel
- Law Students