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By Digital|05 September 2016
The rise and rise of the in-house lawyer

The rise and rise of the in-house lawyer

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An examination of life as an in-house TMT lawyer

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Celebrating the achievements of the in-house market

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Promoted by Augusta Ventures. Litigation funding enables companies to monetise valid commercial disputes while preserving capital, mitigating litigat...

In-house attraction

“Being in-house is a really nice way to be part of a business.” Those words, imparted by Electrical Trades Union of Australia national legal couns...

In-house heavyweights

The second annual Lawyers Weekly Corporate Counsel Awards recognised Australia's best in-house lawyers. ...