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Join the webinar jointly organised with the Law Society of Singapore. on 'Business Development for Lawyers in the XXI Century - What the Future Holds' taking place on 24 May 2022 from 16:00 to 17:30 SGT.

 

About the programme

The way in which business development in the legal industry is conducted has changed considerably with the COVID pandemic, leading to new ways and tools of communication and engagement in business development activities. With all the information that is available freely around the globe and an increase in competition not only among law firms but also with other service providers, an effective business development strategy is key. This webinar will take stock of the current situation and discuss innovative ways of doing business development.

For more information, please click here for the publicity brochure.

Registrations

You may register to the event here. The registration fees are available in the brochure.

Allocation of seats is on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration closes on 17 May 2022 (5pm), or when all seats are filled.

Programme

Programme Outline

15:30 - 16:00

16:00 - 16:15


Anna Wyrzykowska – President, International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA)
Jason Chan, SC – Vice President, The Law Society of Singapore 
16:15 - 17:30


Moderator:
Julie Raneda – Partner, Schellenberg Wittmer

Panellists:
  • Felicia Tan – Partner, TSMP Law Corporation
  • Lars Raedschelders – Partner, Fieldfisher
  • Lara Quie – Head of Business Development (Asia Pacific), Twenty Essex

17:30

Fees & General Info

There are currently no registration fees available.

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