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By Digital|05 September 2016
The Corporate Counsel Show: Fundamentals for succeeding in-house

The Corporate Counsel Show: Fundamentals for succeeding in-house

12 Aug 2020

In the wake of the global pandemic, in-house lawyers have been forced to quickly adapt to a vastly different set of circumstances under the “new nor...

The Corporate Counsel Show: Why in-house lawyers need to better adapt to technology

According to Marina Yastreboff, making use of new technological products can not only make legal processes more convenient, but can completely transfo...

Top in-house podcast episodes for 2020 (so far)

Here are the five most-listened-to episodes of The Corporate Counsel Show in the first half of this year. ...

The Corporate Counsel Show: Life in-house in the NFP sector

In this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, Justin Moses explains how working as a corporate counsel in a not-for-profit differs to more commercial...

The Corporate Counsel Show: Trans inclusivity in the legal profession

In this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, Maddison Harrington candidly shares her experience of working in the in-house space as a transwoman. ...

The Corporate Counsel Show: Pandemic-inspired pathways for junior in-house counsel

On this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, Theo Kapodistrias delves into the experience of junior in-house lawyers in the age of COVID-19. ...

The Corporate Counsel Show: Why it might be time for Australian corporations to ‘go global’

On this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, the general counsel and chief strategy officer for Croesus Holdings Group, Garry Taylor, delves into th...

The Corporate Counsel Show: Leading in-house teams through COVID-19

While the coronavirus pandemic has seen many businesses struggle to adapt to working from home, others have found the transition to be relatively smoo...

The Corporate Counsel Show: Fraud and corruption concerns during COVID-19

According to research undertaken by KPMG’s forensic team, organisations are significantly more susceptible to fraud and corruption in the wake of th...