Membership

Types of Membership

Corporate Membership

 

What is Corporate Membership?

ACC's Corporate Membership is the perfect way to provide your lawyers with all the practice resources necessary for them to do their jobs effectively. To be eligible for a Corporate Membership, your legal department must consist of at least nine in-house attorneys.

For members in Australia, certain aspects of membership may vary, including eligibility, benefits and fees. Please click here to find out more.

Benefits Include:

Access to all member benefits and additional savings over individual membership:

Number
of Members
Price
Per Company
Compared to
Individual Dues *
9-15 $3,000 $5,025
16-25 $5,000 $8,375
26-35 $7,000 $11,725
36-50 $9,750 $16,750
51-75 $14,000 $25,125
76-100 $18,500 $33,500
101-150 $25,000 $50,250
151-200 $32,000 $67,000
201-250 $36,000 $83,750
251-300 $40,000 $100,500
*Assuming maximum enrollment (rates displayed in US dollars).


 

Do you want to enroll in an existing corporate membership?

To confirm whether or not your company has a corporate membership,
contact membership@acc.com.

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Does your organization want to start a corporate membership?

Corporate Membership Application




Robert Piasentin General Counsel

Sierra Systems Group Inc. • CANADA

ACC has proven to be an exceptional resource for me, both personally and professionally. Serving on the local chapter leadership team has created connections with leaders of the in-house profession from around the globe. The ACC online resources are second to none in breadth, quality, cost and comprehensiveness. And the programming offered by ACC is an invaluabe educational resource.



To learn more about an ACC large law membership, contact Latoya Tapscott at +1 202.293.4103 x354 or at tapscott@acc.com.

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