Regional Law Firm Management Forum: Singapore

9:30am Friday, 18 October 2019
4:30pm Friday, 18 October 2019
Networking Event
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
5 Raffles Avenue Marina Square
Singapore, unknown 6004
Singapore

ALPMA in partnership with the Law Council of Australia is proud to bring fourth annual Regional Law Firm Mangement Forum to Singapore on 18 October 2019.

Thanks to our Premier Partner Bighand and our Knowledge Partner the Singapore Academy of Law this 1-day event is not to be missed.

Please note: Tickets are strictly limited and will sell out for what is expected to be the most practical and rewarding Regional Law Firm Management Forum yet.

Who is it for?

Why attend?

  • Managing Partners

  • Practice Group Leaders

  • Practice/Operations Managers

  • Department Heads in Finance, Marketing &

  • Business Development, Tech and Human Resources

  • Learn from legal thought leaders who have a track record of executing on progressive law management strategies to improve profitability

  • Hear the stories from professionals who have experience building trust in a competitive marketplace - from a strategic, client and people perspective.

Practising and non-practising legal professionals all have a role in a firm’s future success. The skills required to compete are more complex and diverse than ever before.

The role of lawyers and management are inter-twined, particularly those leading entire firms or practice groups. Law firms must now compete on many fronts. 

      No longer competing with only direct competitors - the globalisation of large law firms expanding their footprint into the Asian market, the rise of new competitors in the form of new business models, and the increasing sophistication of technology all provide new options to clients and prospects.

      Operating profitably is more complex than it has ever been - in order to compete, firms must consider project management, process improvement and offer pricing options to get the most from existing resources. Firms must also consider how they can complement their core offering with technology, flexible lawyers and of course, Allied Legal Professionals.

      Recruitment and staff retention is harder than ever - whilst there is no shortage of talent, high-performing and aspirational talent have many more options to choose from than they traditionally have. A growing number of lawyers are opting for alternative career paths including corporate counsel, becoming a contractor, starting their own firm, leaving the law to work in business or even joining a legal-tech startup.

In this year’s Regional Law Firm Management Forum, you can expect to walk away with: 

      Progressive ideas to implement in your firm, immediately.

      Themes that should be considered as medium-term projects by your firm’s board, practice groups and management team.

      Experiences and stories from law firm leaders and leading consultants on what has worked for their firms and clients.

Speakers

PRICING

Stephen Spencer, Head of Operations & Pricing, DLA Piper

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Therese Linton, Director, Basalt Group

WORKPLACE WELLBEING

Andrew Douglas, Managing Director, Found Group

STRATEGY

Sumith Perera, Chief Operations Officer, Hall + Wilcox

CLIENT EXPERIENCE

Noted Singaporean General Counsel

Our program will be hosted by Master of Ceremonies, Eric Chin, Principal, Alpha Creates and Founding Board member at ASEAN LegalTech (ALT).

Venue and Accommodation

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Singapore lies in the heart of Marina Bay, Singapore’s main dining and entertainment district.

ALPMA has secured conference rates for delegates so please ensure should you like these rates.

Cost

Tickets are SGD $195.00 each and can be paid in two ways:

1) Via Credit Card (Please note all credit card payments will be processed in AUD at a rate of AUD$206.00 per ticket)

2) Via EFT. Please contact us for the Bank Details in order to make payment. 

AUD $206.00
AUD $206.00
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Contact Information

Emma Elliott - General Manager

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Additional Information

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