The governing body of the Australian Institute of Conveyancers is its Australian Council. The role of the AIC Australian Council is to:
The Council monitors the issues and environment impacting on conveyancers Australia-wide and develops strategic initiatives and responses to advance the AIC Vision of a national profession of conveyancers.
The AIC Australian Council consists of the President (elected annually at the AGM) and two representatives nominated by each Division.
A Division may also nominate an alternate representative who attends if an appointed representative cannot attend.