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Snapshots: ACC Annual Meeting 2019

The Association of Corporate counsel welcomed 3,478 attendees from 36 countries to the 2019 ACC Annual Meeting in Phoenix, AZ. The meeting featured a variety of engaging speakers, panels, and sessions. ACC members from around the world came together to network, connect, and learn.


ACC Annual Meeting registration check-in 

ACC staff help members check-in during registration.

Trevor Faure speaks to audience during opening plenary.

Smarter Law Solutions CEO Trevor Faure speaks at the opening plenary on transforming busy lawyers into business leaders.

Women exchanging ideas during an Annual Meeting session.

Women in-house counsel discuss asking for a promotion or a raise during a session presented by the ACC Women in the House (WITH) Network.

ACC New to In-house Network Panelists

Panelists lead a discussion on tips and strategies lawyers can use to grow their roles inside and outside the legal department.

ACC Board of Directors

ACC welcomed its new and returning board members at the Annual Meeting.

Attendee listens to a session on attorney-client privilege.

Session participants consider the dual role that in-house counsel play as both business and legal advisors when it comes to claiming attorney-client privilege. 


A member shares her thoughts during a session. 

An attendee shares her thoughts on positioning yourself as GC to become a corporate director.

Annual Meeting attendees networking

Speed networking brings out engaging discussions.

Women working in portable booth

A pop-up booth serves as the perfect space to take a moment out of the busy day to answer emails.

Attendees pose for a fun picture

Attendees share a fun moment at the general networking reception.



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