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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.
Robert Bourns considers different career paths taken by four in-house lawyers, and looks at what lessons can be learned from their experiences.
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.
Outsourcing is a growing area in legal service delivery. This practice note gives an overview of outsourcing and the regulatory requirements you need to consider.
The earnings figures provided in this factsheet are based on a sample of 204 individuals working in commerce and industry.
This practice note covers the SRA's rules for in-house solicitors. It includes advice on practising certificates, professional indemnity insurance and circumstances where working for clients other than your employer is permitted.
The practice framework rules allow in-house lawyers to act for clients other than employers in certain circumstances. Depending on the circumstances you may need to have professional indemnity insurance (PII) in place.
This practice note sets out solicitors' duties as service providers and employers under the Equality Act 2010 ('the Equality Act').
On 1 August 2004 statutory provisions came into effect requiring the disclosure of tax avoidance schemes (DOTAS) to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
The Law Society's quality mark for any practice that can demonstrate excellence in legal practice management and client care.
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