As the only international legal association comprised soley of in-house attorneys, ACC provides a unique perspective on public policy issues, and recognizes the significance of advocacy by — and for — its membership.
From protecting attorney-client privilege to safeguarding the right of in-house counsel to practice and provide pro bono legal services, it is vital for in-house lawyers to take a stand on public policy issues affecting their daily practice of in-house law.Have you or someone you know made strides in advancing issues critical to ACC members and the in-house counsel community worldwide?
Submit your nomination today for the 2017 ACC Advocacy Award. You can recommend an individual, a chapter or committee – self-nominations are welcome – and submit the completed nomination form, along with supporting materials, to email@example.com. Additionally, candidates can be non-attorneys and non-ACC members.
The submission deadline is January 20, 2017. The award will be presented at the ACC Mid-Year Meeting in New York City (April 2-4, 2017).
Questions? Feel free to contact Stephanie Johnson, manager of advocacy and public policy, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 202.293.4103 ext. 341.