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Supporting Organizations
hkcca The Hong Kong Corporate Counsel Association was established March 2003 as the pioneer association representing in-house lawyers in Hong Kong. The HKCCA provides an efficient and effective range of benefits and services for its members' professional development, including continuing legal education, a platform for networking and the exchange of ideas, information and experiences that are unique to the in-house role. It is  Hong Kong's only association of in-house counsel run for in-house counsel by in-house counsel. We pride ourselves in knowing what in-house counsel want to learn, to hear, to advocate and to participate in, and we believe we know how to organize activities to meet these needs.

We have more than 750 members employed by organizations across a range of industries. Approximately half are members through our highly successful corporate membership scheme which many leading companies have joined.

Our Key Objectives are:

  • To advance legal knowledge of in-house professionals through numerous (primarily CPD accredited) conferences, seminars and other events, and through publications.
  • To foster a dynamic community of professional in-house counsel by providing a platform for local and international networking with other in-house counsel, the exchange of ideas, resources and experiences unique to the in house role.
  • To promote in-house lawyers within the business and legal communities and to the general public.
  • To represent members before constituent law bodies and other forums by providing a unified voice for in-house lawyers.

Information Security and Forensics Society (ISFS) was established in May 2000. Our mission is to advocate and enforce professionalism, integrity and innovation in Information Security and Computer Forensics in Hong Kong and the surrounding region. Our goals are to regulate and standardize practice of information security and forensics professionals; to conduct examinations and act in such other manner as may be necessary to ascertain whether persons are qualified to be admitted to register as an information security and forensics professional; to promote public awareness; and to encourage study of information security and forensics by holding regular training courses and seminars.


“We want to create a legal networking platform where we value quality and integrity over profit. Conventus Law is all about adding value to the legal business community in Asia by breaking down the barriers of communication between the legal community. We want to make it easier for the legal community to do business in Asia by saving them time and effort when they need to make the right legal connections.

Conventus Law runs on a membership model. To become a member, please visit, http://conventuslaw.com/membership



China Business Law Journal (CBLJ) is a fully bilingual monthly magazine for China-focused in-house counsel and law firms. It provides in-depth analysis of the legal and regulatory challenges facing domestic and international businesses in China and indispensable intelligence on the country’s legal market. China Business Law Journal includes regular coverage of intellectual property issues. subscribe@cblj.com / http://www.cblj.com/


India Business Law Journal (IBLJ) is a market-leading monthly magazine that provides in-depth analysis of the legal and regulatory challenges facing domestic and international businesses in India. Its readers are in-house counsel and private practice lawyers around the world. India Business Law Journal includes regular coverage of intellectual property issues. cs@indilaw.com / http://www.indilaw.com/


The Institute of Internal Auditors Hong Kong Limited (previously known as The Institute of Internal Auditors Hong Kong Chapter) was formed in 1979 and is affiliated to the global organization The Institute of Internal Auditors Inc. (The IIA Inc.) which is headquartered in the U.S.A. The IIA is a global body with more than 180,000 members worldwide.


HTCIA is the largest non-profit professional organization of its kind in the world.  We are devoted to the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of crimes involving advanced technologies.  The Chapter aspires to help all those in the high technology field by providing extensive information, education, collective partnerships, mutual member benefits, astute board leadership and professional management.

The Chapter has about 150 members right now and we expect a continual growth in membership in the coming year, in particular at Australia, Singapore and Mainland China.

Our association mission is to provide education and collaboration to our Asia and global members for the prevention and investigation of high tech crimes.


International Compliance Association is a professional organisation dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in compliance, anti-money laundering and financial crime prevention. ICA offers internationally recognised professional qualifications that help improve knowledge, enhance skills and minimise risk for firms. For novice and experienced practitioners alike, ICA certificate and diploma programmes are a benchmark of competence and excellence.



(ISC)² is the largest not-for-profit membership body of certified information security professionals worldwide, with nearly 70,000 members in more than 135 countries. Globally recognized as the Gold Standard, (ISC)² issues the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSPÒ) and related concentrations, as well as the Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional (CSSLPÒ), Certified Authorization Professional (CAPÒ), and Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCPÒ) credentials to qualifying candidates. (ISC)²'s certifications are among the first information technology credentials to meet the requirements of ANSI/ISO/IEC Standard 17024. (ISC)² offers education programs and services based on its CBK®, a compendium of information security topics. Visit www.isc2.org.


The HKIAC was officially founded in 1985 as a private, self-governing not-for-profit entity which it remains today.  The mission of the HKIAC is to serve as a regional and international hub for arbitration and to support the development, promotion and implementation of alternative dispute resolution within Hong Kong and abroad.  With its independent legal system, pro-enforcement judiciary, and a body of experienced legal and technical professionals outnumbering any jurisdiction in the region, Hong Kong benefits from a long-standing tradition of servicing parties engaging in alternative dispute resolution.  Also, with its fabled “East Meets West” history and special status, Hong Kong has also emerged as a favorite compromise for the resolution of Chinese-foreign business disputes.



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