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Platinum Sponsor

Not just an alliance. But one global family:
Since establishment in 1979, Alliott Global Alliance (‘AGA’) has evolved to become one of the world’s largest multi-disciplinary alliances with 220 law, accounting, and specialist member firms in 250 cities across 95 countries.

Together as One:
AGA members work Together as One across the world as independent firms. Sharing expertise and combining resources making the world smaller and our businesses stronger. Member firms grow and evolve their firms while retaining the independent status they value and that we champion.

Also recognised as one of the world’s fastest growing alliances, we unlock new opportunities for our high-performing member firms and enable them to solve complex problems for their clients. A growing reputation is built on our expanding global coverage and our delivery of services to clients of a consistently high standard.

AGA has a growing law firm presence in the APAC region, with member firms in main commercial centres across Asia, Greater China and Oceania. The local, independent firms selected to represent AGA here provide support to a wide variety of local companies and high net worth individuals, but also to foreign and multinational companies expanding into their markets and the surrounding regions. The comprehensive range of services include  commercial, corporate/M&A, dispute resolution, trusts and estates, tax, banking and finance, real estate, employment and intellectual property.

We look forward to meeting you all during the conference.

Gold Sponsor

Lander & Rogers is a leading independent Australian law firm, comprising 600 people including 85 partners.

The Family & Relationship Law group is one of the core practice groups at Lander & Rogers. It is the largest family and relationship law practice in Australia with a team of family lawyers who are accredited specialists and qualified arbitrators and mediators, practising in each State in Australia. We have offices across the Eastern seaboard, in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. The Group has a clear strategy to provide specialist family and domestic relationship law advice both nationally and internationally. The practice has the added benefits of being able to rely on specialist commercial and corporate advice through the corporate groups within the firm.

Our international practice routinely provides specialised family law advice involving overseas jurisdictions such as Singapore, China, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, Europe, and America. We have particular language expertise in Mandarin, Cantonese and Hokkien which enhances the provision of specialist family law services and advice. Our senior lawyers are members of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL), and we have been a long-standing member of LawAsia. These relationships enable us to call on specialist expertise around the world, and to provide exceptional, targeted and solution-oriented family law services to our clients.

Welcome Reception Sponsor

Gloria James-Civetta & Co is a modern law firm in Singapore with a penchant for A.D.R. (Alternative Dispute Resolution). We pride ourselves in having trained in Mediation, Negotiation, Collaborative Practice, Conflict Resolution, Counselling and Divorce Coaching.

Our motto is:

Sound Advice
Smart Strategies
Successful Resolutions

We are problem solvers.

– Family Law Matters (all aspects including local & cross-border) litigation
– Pre-marital Matters
– A.D.R.
– Elder Law (mental capacity)
– Estate Law (Probate & LOA & Wills)
– Employment Disputes
– General Commercial Litigation
– Criminal Defence
– Criminal Litigation (PPO/POHA)

Taking the ‘Lawyers Go Global’ initiative. We have a strong network of international lawyers worldwide, namely China, UK, USA, Europe and Australia who work together with us to help serve our clients in all cross-border matters. We also work with mental
health professionals to help our clients both in family and criminal law matters.

We believe in the power of being informed as such, our website and blogs provide a valuable source of information for the clients and public.

Lunch Sponsor: 19 November 2022
The Law Society of Hong Kong
Website: Home | The Law Society of Hong Kong (

Hong Kong has a split legal profession comprising solicitors and barristers. The Law Society of Hong Kong (“The Law Society”) is the professional association for solicitors in Hong Kong established since 1907.

As a self-regulatory and representative body, the Law Society ensures compliance by solicitors with relevant laws and regulations, promotes good standards of practice and provides services to its members. The Law Society also has a certificating role in the solicitors’ admission procedure. It is empowered by law to issue annual practising certificates to Hong Kong solicitors and registration certificates to foreign lawyers and foreign law firms in Hong Kong.

As an international legal service centre, Hong Kong is well supported by a strong legal profession equipped with top quality professional expertise in a wide range of legal services to meet the diversified needs of clients.

As of the end of August 2022, the Law Society had 12,981 members, out of whom 11,286 had a current practising certificate to practise as a Hong Kong solicitor. There were also 82 foreign law firms and 1,432 foreign lawyers qualified primarily from 34 jurisdictions in Hong Kong. For more information, please visit:

Gala Dinner Sponsor: 20 November 2022
Law Council of Australia
Website: Home Page – Law Council of Australia

The Law Council of Australia represents the nation’s legal profession, speaking on behalf of its Constituent Bodies on national issues, and promoting the administration of justice, access to justice and general improvement of the law.

The Law Council advises governments, courts and federal agencies on how the law and justice system can be improved for the benefit of the community. It also represents the Australian legal profession overseas and maintains close relationships with legal professional bodies throughout the world.

Established in 1933, the Law Council represents 16 Australian State and Territory law societies and bar associations and the Law Firms Australia, which are known collectively as Constituent Bodies.

Through this representation, the Law Council effectively acts on behalf of more than 90,000 lawyers. The Secretariat serves the Law Council nationally and is based in Canberra.

The Law Council is governed by a board of 23 Directors – one from each Constituent Body and six elected Executive members. Executive members are nominated and elected by the board of Directors.

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