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In-house Division

Welcome to the In-house Division - the community for in-house lawyers working in the corporate sector, public sector, and not-for-profit organisations and charities

Our new e-magazine, InsideOut, launched in November 2014. It features hot topics affecting our members working across the public, corporate and NFP sectors, and provide practical information and guidance on how these affect you and your legal practice

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In-house practice and SRA regulation

25 March 2015Updated: 2 April 2015

The SRA Principles 2011 and the Code of Conduct 2011 are the main areas of the SRA Handbook relevant to those practising in-house. Tracey Calvert and Bronwen Still provide an overview of these topics from their book Regulation and In-House Lawyers. 

Our flagship annual conference provides support to in-house lawyers across all sectors. We also run a range of other events including seminars and workshops

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In-house Division Annual Conference 2015 (30 April 2015)

This unique one-day event brings together in-house lawyers from both the public and corporate sector, and provides expert advice on best practice strategies and policies

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Exclusive: Support from our partners

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Exclusive: Free Westlaw public in-house updates

We give you exclusive free access to case law and legislation updates, regulatory developments and news in a range of practice areas, through our fortnightly updates provided by Westlaw UK

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Exclusive: Lexology updates for corporate counsel

The Law Society, partnering with Lexology, distributes an innovative daily newsfeed, providing corporate members with essential, global market intelligence.

About Us

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About the In-house Division

Your In-house Division is designed to provide general support, updates and advice to in-house lawyers with dedicated resources for members who work in the corporate sector, the public sector, and not-for-profit organisations and charities

The links below will take you to www.lawgazette.co.uk