In-house Counsel (CCCA)
A VOICE IN-HOUSE
The Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA) is the national voice and forum for in-house counsel in Canada. CCCA members are in-house lawyers who practice in corporations, business enterprises, associations, institutions and many other organizations. The CCCA also welcomes eligible associate members not employed as in-house counsel.
There are two categories of membership in the CCCA:
- Regular members – In-house counsel who are regular members of the CBA, employed by, or providing legal services to, any business enterprise, association, institution, not-for-profit organization, crown corporation, municipal corporation, government, regulatory body or agency. Only regular members may vote at member meetings and elect the Executive Committee.
- Associate members – Lawyers who are regular, associate or affiliate members of the CBA, but not lawyers in law firms. Through their expertise and support, associate members play a welcome and necessary role in the CCCA.
Explore the benefits of the CCCA. To join the CCCA or to renew your CCCA membership, please visit the membership access page.