Introduction

The International In-House Counsel Journal New York Conference returns for its fourth year, delivering the latest strategies and solutions for senior in-house counsel looking to improve the efficiency of their legal department.

Taking place at the prestigious Harvard Club in midtown Manhattan, New York, this conference is a must-attend event, providing law department leaders the opportunity to learn from the successes of their peers and formulate new strategies for their own in-house function.

Why attend?

  • Discover tried and tested in-house counsel management strategies that are getting results at companies around the world, including; TED Conferences, Philip Morris International, Pethealth Inc (Canada), J.P. Morgan Chase and Co (USA), Rio Tinto (UK), GE Capital Aviation Services (Ireland) and Healthdirect Australia (Australia).
  • Network with and learn from 24 + senior in-house counsel speakers or panelists, as well as over 60 of your peers.
  • Attend a mixture of presentations, panel sessions and roundtables to suit your learning style
  • Gain 6.5 hours of professional practices CLE credit
  • Gain 1 hour of ethics CLE credit

What's new for 2019?

Roundtable discussions are new to the New York 2019 agenda and will provide you with more interactive face-to-face time with your peers to discuss new ideas and successful approaches.

Each roundtable will explore a different theme. Choose 2 of the following to attend: Antitrust, artificial intelligence (AI), capital markets, contract, diversity, IP, mergers and acquisitions, and tax law.

  • Join a small focused group of 10 experienced in-house counsel discussing a range of subjects
  • Identify practices to be incorporated within your legal team
  • Determine strategies when dealing with regulators and enforcement agencies
  • Explore adding value to business teams
  • Discuss relationships with external legal advisors and consultants
  • Examine IT and AI strategies
  • Benchmark your compliance implementation

Who attends? 

General Counsel and senior counsel from a range of industries including IT, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, security, energy and banking. View current attendees

Feedback from previous IICJ events

Knowledge- sharing with brilliant colleagues in a productive and collaborative environment
Gabriella Porcelli
Senior Advisor to CEO
Philip Morris Italia, Italy
Very enriching
Hala Raphael
General Counsel
Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP), Lebanon
General covering many topics concerning in-house counsel
Jeroen Diels
Senior Corporate Counsel
Riverbed Technology , Netherlands
IICJ succeeds in bringing together a broad range of in-house experience across a variety of fields of expertise and from diverse geographic backgrounds.
Nicole Linda Kelsey
General Counsel & Secretary
Amyris, Inc., USA
Interesting broad theme conference, covering a variety of topics relevant to the in-house counsel, delivered by specialists in their domain.
Anca Plovie
Senior Legal Counsel
Alcatel-Lucent Bell NV, Belgium
I found the format very, very good and would recommend your conference to anyone. The atmosphere was excellent and allowed a fruitful exchange of ideas with colleagues.
Holger Hohmann
Senior Competition Counsel
Siemens AG, Germany
I find this to be a useful journal for sharing the experience and knowledge of other in-house counsel.
David Newkirk
General Counsel
Swiss Re Corporate Solutions, USA
The IICJ is excellent resource for the in-house practitioner. The articles are always practical and germane to the issues that most general counsels face daily.
Bryan Yeazel
Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer (Former GC)
Stock Building Supply Holdings, Inc., USA