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

By Tasha Levy|15 July 2020
Justin Moses

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 commercially focused environments.

Tune in to hear Justin and host Jerome Doraisamy discuss his role as the sole in-house lawyer at the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME), the business’ emphasis on social imperatives, and the impacts of COVID-19 on the organisation.

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Justin delves into the extent to which not-for-profits utilise legal operations, the major issues that such organisations will have to address on the other side of the pandemic, and some advice to lawyers looking to enter the in-house not-for-profit space.

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