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    News and practice advice for in-house lawyers working in the corporate and public sectors, not-for-profit organisations and charities.

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    Career choice: Head of employment

    Kevin Poulter gained new experiences through the Junior Lawyers Division.

    30 November 2016
    Feature

    Career choice: Working in house as a team leader

    Katrina Robinson MBE discusses her career, from private practice to in-house at a housing association.

    29 November 2016
    Feature

    Career choice: Managing director at My Business Counsel

    Sandip Sohal set up My Business Counsel to find a better way to practise law.

    21 November 2016
    Feature

    Career choice: ombudsman

    Rachel Williams found the Law Society's Returners to Work course invaluable.

    11 November 2016
    Feature

    Corporate In-house earnings 2015

    Read the latest research in our survey on in-house solicitor earnings for 2015

    26 September 2016
    Research

    Data protection

    The Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) regulates the processing of information relating to individuals. Solicitors must comply with the DPA. Failure to do so may constitute a criminal offence. This practice note sets out how solicitors can comply with the Act.

    16 June 2016
    Practice note

    In-house

    News advice and practice advice from the Law Society for in-house lawyers working in the corporate and public sectors, not-for-profit organisations and charities.

    9 June 2016
    Information

    The GC350 - Benchmarking study for the in-house community: Wave 1

    Law Society 2015 GC350 study shows that in-house legal teams are growing their influence and credibility, and two thirds of GC now have a seat on the board.

    16 May 2016
    Research

    How to successfully progress your in-house career

    Robert Bourns considers different career paths taken by four in-house lawyers, and looks at what lessons can be learned from their experiences.

    2 March 2016
    Blog

    Raising concerns and whistleblowing - guidance for staff

    There are professional and regulatory obligations for individuals to raise concerns about their firm's actions in certain situations. This note describes how to foster an environment which encourages transparency and the reporting of concerns.

    13 January 2016
    Practice note
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