Paul Cummins gives his top three tips for in-house lawyers considering a move to a new sector.
UK government must heed the growing number of bodies raising the alarm about the crisis in the criminal justice system.
Kinship carers must be given access to non-means tested free legal advice to ensure they know their rights and can secure a child’s future, avoiding the need for them to be taken into the care system, the Law Society of England and Wales said today in response to a parliamentary report.
Rachel MacFarlane, group head of legal at Quintet Private Bank explains how In-house legal teams can harness and drive forward changes in their organisations.
As an in-house lawyer, there are many ways to make effective changes in your organisation. Sarah Watt, head of healthcare litigation at NWSSP, explains how.
I. Stephanie Boyce sits down to discuss her historical term as President, the challenges of working in-house, not giving up, and what her next step in her illustrious career will be.
This case study by Ben Weinberger and Mehraah Morgan at Which? details the workings behind a large-scale project which will provide a working example for all in-house lawyers looking to make changes in their workplace.
Mark Hartung explains how UK firms operating in Germany should prepare for regulatory changes to the German Federal Lawyers' Act (BRAO).
Doing pro bono work can be challenging, but immensely rewarding. Sarah Oliver Scemla, director and assistant general counsel at Bank of America, explains the benefits of doing pro bono work and how to get involved.
Whether you are sole counsel or part of a new team, setting up an in-house legal department offers a great opportunity to create something tailored to support your organisation. Shereen Farah Hamid provides some practical tips to get started.