LexisNexis is committed to forming business partnerships that provide access to valuable products and services to meet your needs.
LexisNexis is a sponsorship partner with The Australian Corporate Lawyers Association (ACLA), a national body administered by a board made up of representatives of its state and territory divisions. ACLA represents its members by providing a voice for corporate lawyers and assists its members through its wide range of services including its continuing legal education seminars and conferences which are designed to keep corporate lawyers up to date about key industry changes.
As one of the world's top-10 listed exchange groups, measured by its market capitalisation, the ASX Group was created through the merger of the Australian Stock Exchange and the Sydney Futures Exchange. The ASX Group operates under the brand Australian Securities Exchange.
The Australian Securities Exchange spans the markets for corporate control, capital formation and price discovery and functions as an operator, supervisor, central counterparty clearer and payments system facilitator.
The diverse domestic and international customer base of the Australian Securities Exchange includes issuers of a variety of listed securities, corporates, investment banks, trading banks, fund managers, hedge funds, commodity trading advisers and proprietary and retail traders.
More information on ASX can be found on our website www.asx.com.au
Chartered Secretaries Australia (CSA) is the peak membership body for 8000 governance professionals in Australia. It promotes and advances effective governance and administration in organisations in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors by being the authority and leading advocate on and pre-eminent provider of technical information and support in best practice governance and corporate administration.
The preferred provider of accredited education in governance, CSA sets the standard for entry into the profession through the Graduate Diploma in Applied Corporate Governance. This is also the gateway to membership of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA), the only global association for governance professionals.
The New South Wales Bar Association is a voluntary association of practising barristers and their aim is to arrange and promote continuing professional development. The motto of the coat of arms of the New South Wales Bar Association is 'Servants of all yet of none'. The motto emphasises specialised functions of barristers, which over the centuries have come to distinguish them from other legal practitioners.
The Queensland Bar has a long history and barristers have always played a vital role in the administration of justice and in the functioning of the legal profession in Queensland and elsewhere. The Queensland Bar Association is committed to ongoing continued development and education opportunities.
The Anglo Australasian Lawyers Society
The Society’s mission is to maintain and enhance the existing strong links between the legal professions of Australia, New Zealand the United Kingdom and to provide an academic and social forum for discussion of issues of mutual interest. The Society provides a platform for seminars on topics of current interest and for talks by distinguished speakers, as well as holding regular informal events that encourage fellowship and the exchange of ideas.
The Law Institute of Victoria was established in 1859 as the professional association for Victorian solicitors.
The Institute represents its members interests to the media, general public and Government and works to improve the law so that it better serves a changing society.
Services provided to members include professional education and information, practice management and promotion.
The alliance with the Law Institute of Victoria enables LexisNexis the unique opportunity to promote our wide range of products directly to its 8800 members through the sponsorship of conferences, seminars and a wide variety of other initiatives.
The Law Society of South Australia
The Law Society was established as a voluntary professional association for members of the legal profession in 1879. In South Australia there are about 2500 legal practitioners.
The Law Society's principal mission is to represent its members and the legal profession in general. The Society has a responsibility to interact with Government in terms of the Legal Practitioners Act, legal representation, parliamentary and other inquiries, legal fees and costs, and legislative development.
The Society assumes a responsibility to uphold the rule of law, and the fair administration of justice. It undertakes a substantial community service obligation through provision of pro-bono or low cost services, through various forms of community education, and through public comment on items of relevant public interest.
LexisNexis Alliance with the Law Society of South Australia allows LexisNexis to promote its wide product range to its members through their quarterly newsletter and conferences.
The Law Society of the Australian Capital Territory
The Law Society represents and defends the interests of its members as well as protecting the public interest in the ACT justice system through the regulation of the profession in accordance with the Legal Practitioners Act and the Society's Professional Conduct Rules.
The Law Society of the ACT provides a wide range of services to the ACT legal profession including their Continuing Legal Education program which aims at maintaining a high level of excellence and service within the legal profession through education and training.
LexisNexis support CLE in the ACT as the exclusive sponsor of The Law Society's Continuing Legal Education program.
Visit The Law Society of the ACT's website at lawsocact.asn.au
The Western Australian Bar Association [WABA] is the voluntary professional association of practising barristers in Western Australia. The WABA seeks to provide guidance and professional support to its members and to assist the legal profession by promoting and governing a specialised referral bar that provides excellence in service and leadership to the profession.
The WABA is committed to providing continual professional development to members. Seminars and presentations are undertaken by senior members of the Bar throughout the year. A comprehensive continuing professional development programme for members is formulated by the Education Committee of Bar Council.