Meritas networking and training: 2017 Australia New Zealand Regional Meeting
06 Oct 2017
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In a time of increasing globalisation, Snedden Hall & Gallop provides its clients with access to an outstanding global legal network, Meritas.
With 182 legal firms worldwide, Meritas facilitates Snedden Hall & Gallop to advise local, national, and international organisations and associations on their activities throughout Australia and across Asia, Africa, New Zealand, Canada, Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean and the United States.
Six Snedden Hall & Gallop lawyers are attending the 2017 Australia/New Zealand Regional Meritas Meeting to be held at the Australian Museum in Sydney on October 9.
This meeting will provide valuable learning opportunities and interactive networking events. Agenda highlights include:
- Jeremy Thorne, Partner with PwC’s Economics and policy unit will provide insights on the particular and peculiar economic drivers in the ANZ region and the opportunities for businesses in this region.
- Anne Moore, Entrepreneur, Social Scientist and HR Strategist will provide an update on social and technology changes in the workforce, enterprise disruption, and ideas on ways mid-sized law firms can take advantage of these changes.
- Dr Neil Oakes is Director of FMRC/Edge International (ANZ) and the region’s leading expert on law firm performance and will discuss ways in which firms are responding to today’s competitive environment and what the most successful firms are practicing.
“With a common commitment to providing seamless client service, the meeting is a great opportunity to connect with our regional neighbours and learn from industry experts,” said Canberra Meritas contact Dennis Martin.
Our colleagues joining us at the meeting are from across the region:
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