ACC Newsstand is a collaborative initiative that aims to provide ACC members with a depth of free practical know-how that would be impossible to produce internally. By partnering with innovative newsfeed service Lexology, ACC Newsstand can access a global legal knowledge base that allows it to deliver essential know-how and market intelligence to the desktops of ACC members on a daily basis.
As an existing ACC member, we have initially tailored this service to reflect your ACC committee memberships. Should you wish to add additional work areas and/or jurisdictions, please go to your Account page and amend your settings accordingly.
It is FREE to subscribe to ACC Newsstand. You will receive no more than one daily newsfeed of up-to-date legal analysis from the world's leading law firms, and this will report only on those work areas and jurisdictions that you have requested. You are free to change your settings or cancel your subscription at any time. Your personal details will remain confidential at all times.
If you would like to contribute articles to this service, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas.
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ACC Newsstand is brought to you by Globe Business Media Group, a business-to-business content and connections company, specialising in the legal and intellectual property markets worldwide. It produces market-leading information, data, networking, software and marketing services for lawyers, C-suite executives and HR professionals, and their organisations globally.
“I make an effort to read at least several articles each day and regularly share the particularly relevant or interesting articles with my colleagues. I greatly appreciate the inclusion of the Lexology service by the State Bar of...
“I make an effort to read at least several articles each day and regularly share the particularly relevant or interesting articles with my colleagues. I greatly appreciate the inclusion of the Lexology service by the State Bar of Texas and have recommended that my friends and colleagues join the Corporate Counsel Section of the State Bar in order to obtain this service for themselves.”
Edward J. Willey III
Huawei Technologies (USA)