Our flagship annual conference provides support to in-house lawyers across all sectors. We also run other events including roundtables, seminars, and workshops.
Join this interactive seminar which will draw on the mapping the moral compass of in-house lawyers research conducted by UCL’s Centre for Ethics and Law.
Learn how this tool can power up your business profile, boost your commercial and career opportunities.
Chaired by Christina Blacklaws, vice president, Law Society, this will be an interactive seminar aimed to share knowledge, best practice and guidance around what we know about GDPR, dispel some of the myths and practically focus on what you, as in-house lawyers can be doing to prepare for 25 May 2018 and beyond.
This seminar will consider the international impact of Brexit for in-house teams, as well as on the wider sector.
Leadership consultant Ciarán Fenton outlines key steps in developing your negotiating skills as an in-house lawyer.
Colin Passmore, senior partner at Simmons & Simmons will advise on the updates to legal professional privilege relevant to in-house lawyers, tying in with the recent release of the Law Society’s practice note.
Stephen McCartney, director of information governance and data protection officer at Royal Mail Group will focus on the changes to data protection law across Europe that will impact your organisation.
Learn practical solutions and tools to help your legal department make the transition from legal risk manager to strategic risk partner and provide best practice reporting on risk.
Georgie Collins explains how in-house counsel are increasingly vital to an organisation’s cybersecurity strategy - and its response to a cyber-attack.
This In-house Division flagship event brings together in-house lawyers from the corporate and public sectors, not-for-profit organisations and charities and provides expert advice on best practice strategies and policies.
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Research shows family drug and alcohol courts save public sector bodies £2.30 for every £1 spent.
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster City Council want to merge with LGSS Law.
Sector research suggests senior in-house lawyers are looking beyond directories.
High Court decision earlier this year in ENRC case was greeted with dismay by both solicitors and The Law Society.
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