Join ACC Legal Ops and contribute to the advancement of law department management through connectivity, collaboration and continuity of interaction.
Benefits of Membership
- Connect with a diverse member pool that represents a variety of industries, geographic regions and functions within legal ops.
- Collaborate with your peers to address issues and opportunities of common interest.
- Interact with one another through online forums, conference calls and webinars.
- Utilize the member directory, a plethora of resources, benchmarking, a career center and more.
- Not only is this your home as a legal ops professional, but this is also your voice in the legal industry. We pride ourselves on being by legal ops professionals, for legal ops professionals.
Membership is for professionals dedicated to managing operations for a corporate law department (i.e., the office of the general counsel) on a full-time basis. This includes leaders of operations overall, outside counsel and/or vendor management, IT, financial management, data analytics, project management, process improvement and litigation support. Being a lawyer is not a requirement to join.
Examples of corporate legal job categories that are not eligible include: contract administrators/contract managers, paralegals/law clerks, and administrative assistants/legal secretaries/office managers. Questions about eligibility should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vendors to corporate legal departments, including consultants, are not eligible to join. However, we do welcome vendor support through sponsorship. For information on sponsoring ACC Legal Ops webinars, ads, branded resources, future conferences and more, send an email to email@example.com.
Existing members of ACC can enroll in the ACC Legal Operations section free of charge. Non-member dues vary between $150-$335, depending upon whether your company currently has an ACC Large Law membership package. Your price will be determined during registration based on your parent company.
* Note ACC membership eligibility is different than ACC Legal Operations eligibility. ACC members must be in-house counsel. If you are currently a member of ACC, you must enroll as a member of the ACC Legal Operations section to participate in its activities, including the annual ACC Legal Operations conference.