How are in-house teams faring on gender issues compared to the rest of the profession?

By Tasha Levy|22 October 2019

On this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by independent legal counsel and founder of the First 100 Years NSW campaign Rachel Scanlon to discuss gender in the in-house realm and the issues women experience in corporate counsel roles compared to private practice.

She also explains the cultural disparities between men and women in the legal sphere, how technology has shaped new possibilities for flexible work, and why she might advocate to women for a career in-house rather than in private practice.

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