As in-house lawyers you need to know that you can pass work to us, as an extension of you, that your clients will appreciate – advice that is pragmatic, commercial, and timely and which puts you in the best possible position.
Our long-established in-house offering, which is now amplified by our ‘first of its kind’ partnership with the O Shaped Lawyer movement, our roster of Executive Coaches, industry aligned Non-Executive Directors and sector experts, is designed to support, educate and connect in-house lawyers across the profession and a variety of industries. We aim to keep you up to speed with updates to the law as well as changes in working practices and leadership trends (through physical, hybrid and online workshops, seminars and events, and a host of other resources).
We’re also here to help you to manage your team during periods of holiday or absence and to provide day to day support, coaching and mentoring, and to ultimately help you build connections to other in-house lawyers and industry specialists, across the UK and Internationally.
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The concept of Legal Project Management (“LPM”) is increasingly relevant to the delivery of legal services, both in-house functions and private practice law. This is unsurprising, LPM is crucial if lawyers are to add value by controlling budgets, communicate pro-actively on risk mitigation and costs, and manage time by resourcing to deal with pinch points in the project.
Please join us for our webinar on Tuesday 09 November 2021 from 14:00 - 16:00 where we will be hosting an In-House Lawyers and CEOs Skills Development Workshop and Networking webinar.
Catch up on this on-demand video where intellectual property expert Selina Hinchliffe and corporate specialist Sam Sharp discussed spinouts and joint ventures providing significant commercial opportunities for universities to capitalise on their research and innovation expertise.
As we await the publication of the Government’s White Paper on local government reorganisation (LGR) it felt timely to reflect on the experiences of the previous Managing Partner (MP) of Browne Jacobson on leading an organisation through change.
The UK government is considering extending this power to depart from retained EU case law to additional lower courts and tribunals, namely the Court of Appeal in England and Wales and the High Court of Justice in England and Wales and their equivalents.