The role of in-house counsel in the broader business context

By Todd Stevens|15 May 2019

Dr Madeline Hartley’s career path toward regulatory and corporate strategy adviser for Water NSW, is the result of a lifelong passion for the sector and for educating people at all ends of the spectrum on practicable legal frameworks in the water space.

In this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, Dr Hartley joins host Jerome Doraisamy to discuss this journey forged from a childhood in regional NSW, and to recount on her recent excellence award at the 2019 Corporate Counsel Awards.

She will discuss the importance of empathy within the corporate counsel sector, the role of corporate counsel in the broader business context, and share her advice for others within the space wishing to integrate themselves as a trusted member of corporate counsel.

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