New podcast for in-house counsel launching tomorrow

By Jerome Doraisamy|21 May 2019

The team at Lawyers Weekly is pleased to announce a new podcast, The Corporate Counsel Show, will be launched tomorrow.

In September of last year, Lawyers Weekly launched its dedicated Corporate Counsel brand, in response to the ever-increasing demand for in-house content and conversations. Now, our editorial team is pleased to announce a new, first-of-its-kind podcast, tailored to in-house counsel across the Australian legal landscape.

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The Corporate Counsel Show will publish episodes fortnightly and will explore the myriad issues, challenges and opportunities present and on the horizon for lawyers working in-house, from junior practitioners and company secretaries through to heads of legal departments and general counsel.

Much like The Lawyers Weekly Show, this new in-house podcast will showcase the human element of life as a lawyer, offering conversational audio bites for your commute to and from work, or to unwind with across the course of your weekly schedule!

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Our first episode will be released tomorrow, and it features an interview with Dr Madeleine Hartley, the regulatory and corporate strategy adviser for WaterNSW. Dr Hartley was the winner of the Excellence Award at the recent 2019 Corporate Counsel Awards, hosted by Lawyers Weekly.

If you have any questions about The Corporate Counsel Show, please contact the podcast’s host, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or the editor of Lawyers Weekly, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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