The first six months of the year have seen some fascinating and engaging conversations, lifting the bar for in-house professionals across the country. Here are the most-downloaded episodes of The Corporate Counsel Show so far in 2022.
As reported late last week, The Lawyers Weekly Podcast Network is growing at an exponential rate, going from an average of 30,000 downloads per month in 2021 to over 50,000 per month.
Yesterday, Lawyers Weekly also reported that The Lawyers Weekly Podcast Network had surpassed 1 million downloads since the channel’s inception.
Lawyers Weekly director William Magee said: “It’s amazing to see the podcast grow from strength to strength. It really has been the quiet achiever here for the last number of years, each month incrementally growing to now being at the point where we’re regularly receiving over 50,000 downloads per month — considering that there’s a little over 100,000 people working in legal services in this country, it speaks volumes as to its success.
“We’re very thankful to our listeners, the hundreds of guests that have come on the show and of course, our commercial partners that support the podcast.”
Speaking about the in-house show, Lawyers Weekly editor and podcast host Jerome Doraisamy added: “It has been fantastic to grow our audio offering for corporate counsel from a fortnightly show to a weekly one in the past year or so.
“Moving forward, we’re aiming to bring even more illuminating and stimulating conversations for our audience with top-tier talent.”
The below list is a ranking of the most-downloaded episodes of The Corporate Counsel Show to date in 2022, and does not account for other shows under The Lawyers Weekly Podcast Network, including, but not limited to, The Boutique Lawyer Show and The Protégé Podcast:
10. Being more than a GC
9. Riding waves of change and better understanding the in-house market
8. Lessons from your law department colleagues
7. Why curiosity is key
6. Strengthening legal value chains
5. ‘A global trading desk’ of legal services
4. How to lead large law departments
3. What you must demand from supply chains in 2022
2. Becoming an award-winning counsel
1. Why in-house recruitment is so busy right now