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.
In what is also the fourth-most downloaded episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show in 2020, Cognizant senior manager of legal Wayne Clarke reflected on his decision to go straight into an in-house role rather than cut his teeth in private practice first, and why emerging legal professionals should consider a similar path.
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Nina Stamell landed a dream job as the general counsel for the world’s most famous children’s music act. Here, she outlines what it was like for her in this role and advises how emerging legal counsel can find similar jobs.
Renowned legal counsel Claire Bibby sat down with us to discuss her predictions for corporate lawyers for this year. Whilst the pandemic has dominated headlines, her predictions – particularly about climate change liability risk – remain pertinent and cannot be ignored.
Former Law Society of NSW president Elizabeth Espinosa details the vocational challenges and opportunities for in-house lawyers in local government. In the wake of COVID-19, such a path may be particularly enticing for some practitioners!
When COVID-19 hit, it was imperative that corporate counsel are thoroughly across all the latest regulatory, financial, social and political changes. Twine Business & Law director Cara Austen, a former general counsel, explained how best to do that – advice which is still relevant now.
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