Pearl Moses looks at the main changes the SRA is proposing in the revised SRA handbook, and how they may provide opportunities for in-house lawyers.
Sophie Gould, head of PSL In-house at Lexis Nexis, looks at how some organisations are encouraging wider corporate engagement with GDPR compliance.
The clock is ticking down to the General Data Protection Regulation coming into force in May 2018. As an in-house lawyer, what do you need to know, and more importantly, what do you need to do? Robert Rutherford provides an in-depth, back to basics guide.
Nadaline Webster, director of content at TrademarkNow, lists the main challenges facing in-house intellectual property lawyers.
Under pressure to save money, Elizabeth Warhurst, head of legal and support services at NW Leicestershire District Council, decided to take a number of private sector approaches, including partnering with a private practice. In just five years, her team’s fee income has quadrupled, retention rates are up by 50 per cent, and client satisfaction is at 100 per cent. How did they do it?
UNISON is the first trade union in the UK to produce a modern slavery statement. Shantha David explains how they did it, and offers some top tips for producing your own.
For general counsel, the selection of panels of external advisers is a vital, but often time-consuming process. Clear thinking and good management are called for. Here, some experts share their experiences and advice with Diana Bentley.
It is estimated that half of all registered charities in the UK have a trustee vacancy. Why do so many people overlook taking part? With Trustees Week around the corner, Katherine Sparkes explains how trusteeships can massively enhance your professional development and personal wellbeing.