Why is in-house life so popular?

Why is in-house life so popular?

10 Aug 2021

The number of in-house legal professionals in Australia has grown by 82 per cent since 2011. What’s causing the uptick in lawyers choosing this voca...

Preventing disputes must be focus of GC’s role

Enabling businesses to achieve their stated outcomes, by way of avoiding litigation, is where law departments and their leaders should be dedicating t...

The new-look legal department

The legal function is increasingly integral to the health and viability of any business or organisation, and corporate counsel across the country are ...

The rise and rise of the in-house lawyer

As the marketplace looks toward a post-pandemic world, the inextricable influence corporate counsel have over a business’ operations is set to accel...

Navigating waves of social change in the FMCG space

Lawyers Weekly profiled four senior corporate counsel in the FMCG space to garner a better understanding and appreciation for a sector that, as the na...

An examination of life as an in-house TMT lawyer

“I have worked in the TMT sector for 21 years and have never wanted to leave.” That reflection seems to sum up how a number of senior legal counse...

Celebrating the achievements of the in-house market

In-house work is become increasingly attractive to the next generation of lawyers coming through the ranks and given the calibre of legal professional...

What are the features of a successful in-house team?

An award-winning corporate counsel unit has outlined what it sees as being the key signs that an in-house legal team is operating seamlessly and produ...

Riding the legal op(portunitie)s wave

It’s a strange paradox to consider that Australia as a whole might not be entirely sure what legal operations can do, but as a profession, we are se...