CORPORATE LEGAL INNOVATORS 2015 (LONDON)
The Corporate Legal Innovators 2015 will bring together on 26 & October the most innovative In-house legal directors and other key opinion leaders, to discuss and analyse the in-house legal team's evolution into a commercial function driving economic value for the business.
How the role of the GC is evolving from being a cost centre to a profit driver, more demanding in terms of running a strong and efficient legal department, with greater use of technology are the main topics.
The attendees will also understand more about managing in-house changes through technological innovation, whilst balancing affordability and security in addition to find out what potential scenarios the EU Referendum could lead to for them and their company.
The format will be 2 days, with the focus of EU/International corporate legal issues and innovations on both days, in the afternoon of 27th the President Sergio Marini will introduce ECLA and its goals.
ECLA members can benefit of a discount of 20% on the total cost of participation, for registration and full updated agenda please visit http://cli2015.economicpolicygroup.com/.
On 31 March 2017 ECLA had its Annual General Assembly in Rome, where the national association AIGI acted as an excellent host. The agenda of the meeting contained its usual topics, such as the annual accounts, communication, etc. There was also an intensive discussion on the goals, aspirations and future of ECLA, for which the new President Jonathan Marsh earlier made an appeal to the national associations. The outcome of the discussions, which took place in workgroups, will form a solid basis for further discussions later in the year. Stephan Barthe (Spain) was elected as new secretary of the Executive Board. The topic of young lawyers in AIGI was presented by a young member of AIGI, followed by an interesting discussion.